unbesought

unbesought

(ˌʌnbɪˈsɔːt)
adj
not besought or entreated
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What shall one doubt or question or beseech Who is assured and knows and, unbesought, Possesses the dear trust that each gives each.
More important than the particulars of the civilisation he envisions is Adam's renewed understanding of God, who "Hath unbesought provided" (x.
43) Another English observer reported that one reputed witch "had so powerful a hand over the wealthiest neighbors about her, that none of them refused to do anything she required, yea, unbesought they provided her with fire, and meat from their own tables.