Unslacked

Related to Unslacked: unslaked lime

Un`slacked´


a.1.Not slacked; unslaked; as, unslacked lime.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ten years rushed now upon me with dusty, vibrating, unresting wings; years of bustle, action, unslacked endeavour; years in which I and my wife, having launched ourselves in the full career of progress, as progress whirls on in European capitals, scarcely knew repose, were strangers to amusement, never thought of indulgence, and yet, as our course ran side by side, as we marched hand in hand, we neither murmured, repented, nor faltered.
Additionally, she provides instructions for preserving milk (by adding horseradish) and eggs (by covering them with coarse salt and unslacked lime in a pail of water), and for concocting a variety of jams and jellies.
Pour 12 quarts soft boiling water on 2-1/2 pounds of unslacked lime; dissolve five pounds sal soda [sodium carbonate] in 12 quarts soft hot water; then mix and let them remain from 12 to 24 hours.
With throats unslacked, with black lips baked (TRAM, 157) Con resecas gargantas y abrasados labios (95) The steerman's face by his lamp gleamed white (TRAM, 207) el fanal alumbro la faz del timonel (89) Till clomb above the eastern bar The horned Moon, with one bright star Within the nether tip (TRAM, 209-211) Hasta que trepo la luna Con un fulgente astro En su punta mas baja (99) Transforma las estructuras polisindeticas y el estilo eliptico de TRAM en oraciones subordinadas: