from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not withheld; not kept or held back; not hindered. Thomson, To Sir Isaac Newton.


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  • Medical aid was less easily procured, food was more difficult to obtain, and human beings, unwithheld by shame, for they were unbeheld of their fellows, ventured on deeds of greater wickedness, or gave way more readily to their abject fears.

    The Last Man


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