unmended

unmended

(ʌnˈmɛndɪd)
adj
1. not repaired
2. not healed or improved
References in classic literature ?
She wore every day the same ugly brown dress, with the mud of the last wet day still caked on the hem and with the raggedness, which Philip had noticed the first time he saw her, still unmended.
Native fashion, they delayed their departure from one day to another till the first Rains caught them and the unmended roofs let in a flood, and the grazing-ground stood ankle deep, and all life came on with a rush after the heat of the summer.
Of course, Rowling's plots are not entirely seamless, and she leaves a few holes unmended.
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We caution that the widening political divide, if left unmended, will eventually hurt the progress of cross-strait relations, which will in turn impinge on Taiwan's structural growth prospects.
A swarm of ancestors comes through unmended cracks in the sky?
One such pleasure might be replacing the front suspension of their cars after thoughtfully placed holes in the road, unmended for months, trap visiting motorists and provide summer bonuses for the freelance car-fixer-upper on special "Jeddah Shopping Festival Discount Offers.
And unmended in my bones, I fostered such attraction to this ardent host, himself the aseptic argent lancet brought to pierce me in my side.
Experts say the root cause of the pothole epidemic is not the weather but badly maintained surfaces, which they compare with leaking house roofs causing structural damage if left unmended.
Even in fast water, it's good to make an unmended square cast and let the fly rip through the current, providing it doesn't skate.
A crucial solecism, left unmended for many years by Blake, occurs in the fourth stanza of the engraved plate of "The Tyger," where the feet, which originally belonged to the tiger's artificer in the MS ("What dread ann & what dread feet"), become in the corrected version the "dread feet" of the bestial tiger, an alteration manifestly assimilating the members of the dread creator with the dread created (E 794).