unallayed

unallayed

(ˌʌnəˈleɪd)
adj
1. not alloyed or mixed
2. not appeased or calmed
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As Michele, the barge captain in Il tabarro, Jason Klipperstein introduced an aura of discontent at the outset with his well articulated baritone, only to have his concerns dismissed by his wife Giorgetta (soprano Gwendolyn Yearwood), as a result of his "ageing." With suspicions unallayed, he muses about the men who might possibly be involved with her.
The 1906 report and the proposed constitutional amendment, which the Legislature approved for the 1908 ballot, generated considerable controversy, and the debate left many fears unallayed. The commission aroused suspicion when it submitted the August 1906 preliminary report to every corporate or other group interest that might face higher taxes.
To the Plunderer's thirst I have paid and paid Yet the Plunderers thirst is unallayed." (41) By 1934, with his farm near collapse, he wrote Prime Minister R.B.
His work for OOTS, Broken Lute, officially premiered on Tuesday, reveals an unallayed ear for detail and colour in its well-paced narrative of an ancient Chinese tale of the power of music to build friendship between a patrician and a humble wood-cutter.
to imagine an end for itself" (217)--an end that, when it comes, is lathered in "unallayed narrative anxiety" (240).
The play raises unallayed anxieties about the achievabilit of Henry's heroic project at the same time that it registers a deep and abiding desire for that project.
Despite Taylor's countless provocative individual insights, a history which so narrowly defines the postwar English novel inevitably remains at best regrettably incomplete and at worst especially susceptible to charges of an unallayed philistinism on matters of style and narrative technique.
If this Supreme Court did not direct public policy according to a shared vision of social progress, as its predecessor did, it accurately reflected the dilemmas of American society in the final quarter of the century: the unresolvd arguments, the unallayed fears, that unfinished business.