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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unwoman.
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About the room was the usual clutter of all manner of things in the usual unarranged, "unwomaned" Zone way, which the negro janitor feels it neither his duty nor privilege to bring to order; while on and about my cot and bureau were helter-skeltered the sundry possessions of an absent employee, who had left for his six-weeks 'vacation without hanging up his shirt -- after the fashion of "Zoners."
The parrying girl, the cool flirt, the evaluating woman, the teasing conversationalist, the sympathetic listener, the independent explorer, the resigned daughter, the pissed off sister, the motherly sister—he had seen and heard all sorts of colors and notes from her, but not before this had he unwomaned her into the blush and stammer of an overmastering pleasure.
This worthy working girl craftily snares him and marries him - and then breaks down on their wedding night, unwomaned, so to speak, by the pathetic innocence of the ass, and confesses to a choice roll of her past doings, ending with the news that she is suffering from what the vice crusaders mellifluously denominate a "social disease."