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  • adj. superlative form of unwary: most unwary.


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  • Now Sigi grew old, and had many to envy him, so that at last those turned against him whom he trusted most; yea, even the brothers of his wife; for these fell on him at his unwariest, when there were few with him to withstand them, and brought so many against him, that they prevailed against him, and there fell Sigi and all his folk with him.

    The Story of the Volsungs

  • a day is what is paid in these parts by lodgers, chiefly officers, and no more would be asked of the wealthiest or unwariest.

    Holidays in Eastern France


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