Definitions

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  • adj. Not thwarted.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ thwarted

Examples

  •   La Donna, however — trendy, glib, lesbian La Donna — was not only unthwarted by Borden's sly, verbal knife work, but also seemed to like him all the more for it.

    Borden, Dream on Lord of the Pies.

  • La Donna, however — trendy, glib, lesbian La Donna — was not only unthwarted by Borden's sly, verbal knife work, but also seemed to like him all the more for it.

    Borden, Dream on Lord of the Pies.

  • In the case of Goss, the administration needed to find something seemingly huge a sex scandal to connect Goss to so that no one would think to question the real issues he was asked to leave – to bring about Pentagon control of the CIA, larger scale unthwarted domestic spying, and an even stronger means of controling political opposition.

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  • Every soul that knows its history is aware, also, that its movement, unthwarted, is not that of an outgoing line; its natural course may be likened to that in which a circle turns not upon some external but on its own centre, the point to which it owes its rise.

    The Six Enneads.

  • Who moves to His great ends, unthwarted by the ill.

    Daily Strength for Daily Needs

  • In order for the pump in my cellar to do its appointed task, unbidden and unthwarted, the installation must have the proper setting and capacity, else the machinery will inevitably break down.

    In the days of my youth when I was a student in the University of Virginia, 1888-1893.

  • In other words, remarkably clever though he might be, and as yet unthwarted, he could by no means be called omnipotent.

    The Blind Spot

  • He had his life-work now, to extend over the earth a great and perfect system in which the will of man ran smooth and unthwarted, timeless, a

    Women in Love

  • But he, his will as unthwarted and as unflinching as hers, stretched forward till he touched the book.

    Women in Love

  • Giovanni appears as the criminal in a case of bigamy -- whether he is ruined now, as by his evil deeds he will be hereafter, or whether he goes on unharmed and unthwarted upon his career of wickedness?

    Saracinesca

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