unshed

unshed

(ʌnˈʃɛd)
adj
1. not spilled or caused to flow
2. (Hairdressing & Grooming) (of hair) not parted
Translations

unshed

adj tearsungeweint, unvergossen
References in classic literature ?
Saxon, with a sudden rush of happy, unshed tears, held one of the little shirts up to his lips.
She hesitated, and came back - looking at him, so he thought, with trembling lips and eyes soft with unshed tears.
I'll lick you to-morrow," he heard Cheese-Face promise; and he heard his own voice, piping and trembling with unshed tears, agreeing to be there on the morrow.
Her eyes were wide and misty with unshed tears, while her sensitive lips trembled as though she were upon the point of giving way to some pent emotion which her rapidly rising and falling bosom plainly indicated she was fighting to control.
It must have been my weakness that made me hesitate to tell it to my friend, but I felt it all the more, like unshed tears.
But first the lawless Tyrant, who denies To know thir God, or message to regard, Must be compelld by Signes and Judgements dire; To blood unshed the Rivers must be turnd, Frogs, Lice and Flies must all his Palace fill With loath'd intrusion, and fill all the land; His Cattel must of Rot and Murren die, Botches and blaines must all his flesh imboss, And all his people; Thunder mixt with Haile, Haile mixt with fire must rend th' EGYPTIAN Skie And wheel on th' Earth, devouring where it rouls; What it devours not, Herb, or Fruit, or Graine, A darksom Cloud of Locusts swarming down Must eat, and on the ground leave nothing green: Darkness must overshadow all his bounds, Palpable darkness, and blot out three dayes; Last with one midnight stroke all the first-born Of EGYPT must lie dead.
The muffled cries I never heard echo in my heart, the ugly hands I never saw clench my throat at night, sound of clothes being ripped apart does not let me sleep, the shed tears tarnish my spirit and the unshed tears gather in my throat.
There are tears that must remain unshed, except, perhaps, in the solitude of their now very quiet home.
On his sudden display of emotion after the win over Sunderland, he added: "They were unshed tears.
I don't know and can't imagine what the disciples understood our Lord to mean when, His body still unbroken and His blood unshed, He handed them the bread and wine, saying they were His body and blood.
Talking to the Voice News, Khatun Sheikh said with unshed tears in her eyes, "People tell me to forget the past, but I tell them that no one has ever tried to forget more than me.
Her eyes were raw and gritty from unshed tears and the fumes of too many cleaning products.