Definitions

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  • adj. Not storied; lacking history.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ storied

Examples

  • All the “legends of the Neckar,” which I invented for that unstoried region, are here; one is in the Appendix.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • Stagnating in the shallow pools of the unstoried rocks in which she passed her life, these grand qualities were wasted and perverted.

    The Forest of Vazon A Guernsey Legend of the Eighth Century

  • All the "legends of the Neckar," which I invented for that unstoried region, are here; one is in the Appendix.

    Mark Twain, a Biography — Volume II, Part 1: 1886-1900

  • As they sauntered along the path together, they came now and then to a stately palace like that of the Contarini, where the lions, that give their name to one branch of the family, crouch in stone before the grand portal; but most of the houses were interesting only from their unstoried possibilities to the imagination.

    A Foregone Conclusion

  • There are graves and ruins everywhere; and the poet's thought returns from these scenes of unstoried desolation, to follow again the course of man in the Old World annals.

    Modern Italian Poets Essays and Versions

  • We know who built the Coliseum, but in its unstoried origin, the Veronese arena has the mystery of the Pyramids.

    Italian Journeys

  • But in the unstoried solitudes of America, the traveller meets with nothing to awaken the sympathy of his recollective feelings.

    The Life Studies And Works Of Benjamin West Esq

  • Generation Y is "a largely unstoried and memoryless generation", a remarkable state that naturally erodes commitment to traditional forms of religious identity.

    The Guardian World News

  • For this generation is not, as the report says, "unstoried and memoryless" - it has turned to another story altogether.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • "sentiment," and "sex-appeal" rigidly aside, as he seeks to respond to the primordial vision of an "unstoried" non-sexual beauty springing from those deeper levels of the soul where "story,"

    The Complex Vision

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