unprevented

unprevented

(ˌʌnprɪˈvɛntɪd)
adj
1. not prevented or stopped
2. not preceded by something
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Yet when it comes to crime detection, the political cost of interpretability, measured in crimes unprevented and criminals uncaught, may well be quite high, thus making a black box ASA a far more attractive option.
(73) Thus, a large amount of juror research invariably goes unprevented and undetected.
Their sense of courage lay in that they did so, unprevented by any or all of the usual considerations of age, gender, wifehood and motherhood.
Trials that simultaneously address multiple risk factors have reduced the CV event rate most, but even in these trials the residual (unprevented) risk remains unacceptably high.(2) Finding new strategies and treatments to reduce residual risk is high on the research agenda.
22), just as the Son asks his Father whether, by his sacrifice, 'shall Grace not find means, that finds her way [...] To visit all [God's] creatures, and to all | Comes unprevented, unimplor'd, unsought' (III.
(17) The Richardsons, early commentators on Paradise Lost, appreciated the doctrinal nuance behind the word "prevent" in the Son's sacrificial offer in Book III, which "Comes unprevented, unimplor'd, unsought" by humans (PL III.231): "Prevent from Praevenire to come Before.