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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of untreasure.
- adj. Not treasured.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Deprived of treasure.
- adj. Not treasured; not kept as treasure.
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And there was a thronged _mêlée_ in the court formed by the outhouses, over whose walls the small-leaved ivy of the coast clustered untreasured.
He restored the violin to its case, and while Robert was fearing he would take it under his arm and walk away with it, handed it back with a humble sigh and a 'Praise be thankit;' then, without another word, turned and went to his lonely stool and home 'untreasured of its mistress.'