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  • adj. Not surrounded


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  • At such a moment, therefore, and surrounded, or rather unsurrounded by such men, the task in front of me was not easy, and in the actual state of public opinion it was not very hopeful either.

    A Girl Among the Anarchists

  • There they would hold each others 'hands and try to imagine themselves unsurrounded by other men and wives, while the little Violet would stray and return to embrace her father's leg spasmodically.


  • Galahad the Pure was permitted to see the cup unsurrounded by a blinding glory, a fearful splendor of watching eyes and guarding shapes.

    Pushing to the Front

  • There was no need of introduction; the works were open to all, for they were unsurrounded by walls.

    James Nasmyth: Engineer, An Autobiography.

  • I have also checked the mailbox, presuming it small enough to be one of the more surroundable things on my property: it too remains unsurrounded.

    Daily Kos

  • "Yes, but Señor Merrill is not unsurrounded by friends," went on the general, while Jack's heart gave a bound of gladness; "he has a German superintendent and several mine bosses.

    The Border Boys Across the Frontier


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