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- adjective Not
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But there was a tremulousness in his bushy eyebrows; his forehead half unwreathed itself; he continued to eat more slowly, and as if with appreciation of the viands.
Nowadays you will find more doors unilluminated and unwreathed among the pagans than among the Christians!
He must be paid for his poem, and the only payment he will accept is to see her hair unwreathed.
He unwreathed his arms and stood up, yawned, and very slowly went upstairs to the gallery where he had learned that the Countess was awaiting him.