unlamented


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unlamented

(ˌʌnləˈmɛntɪd)
adj
not missed, regretted, or grieved over: his late unlamented father.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unlamented - not grieved forunlamented - not grieved for; causing no mourning; "interred in an unlamented grave"
lamented - mourned or grieved for; "the imprint of our wise and lamented friend"- A.E.Stevenson
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unlamented

[ˈʌnləˈmentɪd] ADJno llorado, no lamentado

unlamented

adj death, lossunbeklagt, unbeweint; he died unlamentedniemand trauerte um ihn
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MERCILESS murderer Mohammed Emwazi lived by the sword and died a violent and unlamented death when his vehicle was hit by a US drone missile in Syria.
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David Moyes, though unlamented at Goodison, did stabilise things at Everton and made them into a solid team.
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e sacking of David Jones will be much regretted by Labour because his replacement, Stephen Crabb, has a far greater capacity to make friends and win votes than the unlamented David Jones.
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I lay on the floor, writhing, unlamented and unnoticed, kilt in a birl, sporran askew.