unchastened

unchastened

(ʌnˈtʃeɪsənd)
adj
not chastened
References in classic literature ?
he replied, with a despondent shake of the head; 'and, at the same time, there was a strong display of unchastened, misdirected passions.
All the girls drew onward to the spot where the cows were grazing in the farther mead, the bevy advancing with the bold grace of wild animals--the reckless unchastened motion of women accustomed to unlimited space--in which they abandoned themselves to the air as a swimmer to the wave.
Here she ceased abruptly, having talked more than she had for weeks; and Rebecca stole out of the room, to cry by herself and wonder if old age must be so grim, so hard, so unchastened and unsweetened, as it slipped into the valley of the shadow.
Younger South Koreans are upset that an unchastened North Korea could steal the spotlight.
However, the decision to field a unified ice hockey team has sparked a sharp backlash in the South, including from younger South Koreans upset that an unchastened North Koreais taking the spotlight.
Following Mr Dadayev's arrest in 2015, an unchastened Mr Kadyrov praised him as a "true Russian patriot".
She was for the Iraq War when everyone was for it, against the surge when everyone had given up on Iraq, and then an unchastened liberal hawk again in Libya just a few short years later.
Antagonists" were obsessed with dominance and hungry for status, money, and power--the unchastened Scrooge and Heathcliff.
But there are different kinds of knowing to be gathered from the war poems of Apollinaire, who went to war as a chanteur of love and celebration and, apparently unchastened by experience, grew more rapturous and ecstatic than ever.
Whiton emerged unchastened from his experiences in the George W.
For instance, Pius IX asserts that "human society, when set loose from the bonds of religion and true justice, can have, in truth, no other end than the purpose of obtaining and amassing wealth, and that (society under such circumstances) follows no other law in its actions, except the unchastened desire of ministering to its own pleasure and interests.