undulled

undulled

(ʌnˈdʌld)
adj
not dulled
References in classic literature ?
Tulliver was an amiable fish of this kind, and after running her head against the same resisting medium for thirteen years would go at it again to-day with undulled alacrity.
The tall blond man of forty is not much changed in feature from the Godfrey Cass of six-and-twenty: he is only fuller in flesh, and has only lost the indefinable look of youth-- a loss which is marked even when the eye is undulled and the wrinkles are not yet come.
La-La Land": Buffett is currently the oldest chief executive of a Fortune 500 company, and though his characteristic wit remains apparently undulled, he has encouraged investors to keep him honest.
To see Zico play, his skills undulled by familiarity, was a pleasure that would never be repeated.
The sense of joy in him rises infinitely beyond mere social merriment; it is complex, and has a spiritual element which is undulled perception of natural beauty" (Shackford 591).
Men like Flintoff can smell glory and he sensed it now with an instinct still undulled.
he says, suddenly switching from Hebrew into a sharp South African English undulled by lack of use.
So I made it my mission to return one lunchtime when my sensory perception was undulled by alcohol, this time taking three friends with me.
I'd rather negotiate,'' said the 84- year-old president, his rich Italian accent undulled by a half century working in San Fernando.
If the passing years have left your curiosity undulled, you'll find it's never been easier to explore fantastic tales of cannibals roaming Sumatra's volcanic heights; of headhunters and white rajahs in Borneo; of spices and silver, perfumes and pearls in the fabled trading port of Melaka (known in those bygone schoolbooks as Malacca).