unabsolved

unabsolved

(ˌʌnəbˈzɒlvd)
adj
1. not absolved or freed from blame
2. not settled or resolved
References in classic literature ?
but it were peril to my own soul to let him die unconfessed and unabsolved.
I suggest that in The Orchards of Syon, the possibility of real presence is no longer always withdrawn in the way that McNees argues that it is in Hill's earlier work, and that when it is so withdrawn, it is done not only because Communion should be denied to the unabsolved sinner (4) but in order to allow love to "grow closer.
Then there are the strictures surrounding the sacraments, especially the warning to avoid holy Communion for unabsolved sins.
This estimate was predicated upon the numbers of unabsolved excommunicates (who were barred from church), tramps and the suburban poor, and people living in extra-parochial areas of the county.
18) In a second dream, the blind man gives him a handkerchief, stained with Arturo's blood from his unabsolved murder in a past life by the man who is presently his uncle.
However, soldiers requested the sacraments of communion and confession more often after the regiment's arrival a t the battlefield, perhaps motivated by fears that unabsolved impurities might prevent them from attaining eternal life.
Lying in his new bed, dressed in a generic polyester gown and pajama bottoms of no known color, Kip finally recognized that he was here, okay, and was an unabsolved and unsalvageable wastrel, not because of anything Sarah had done for or against him but because he was the unworthy benefactor of she who probably pulled one or two strings on his behalf, the possibility of which didn't make him any happier.
Perfect flesh of the imagination, we wake each day unchanged, true, and unabsolved.
Even if a lender could foreclose without Superfund liability, the property can have severely depreciated recapture value owing to the unabsolved liability status that applies to prospective buyers of the foreclosed asset.
However, soldiers requested the sacraments of communion and confession more often after the regiment's arrival at the battlefield, perhaps motivated by fears that unabsolved impurities might prevent them from attaining eternal life.