unassailed

unassailed

(ˌʌnəˈseɪld)
adj
not assailed or attacked
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Elizabeth listened in silence, but was not convinced; their behaviour at the assembly had not been calculated to please in general; and with more quickness of observation and less pliancy of temper than her sister, and with a judgement too unassailed by any attention to herself, she was very little disposed to approve them.
Justice held her ground, undisturbed and unassailed by the efforts of favour and of interest, that now so much impair, pervert, and beset her.
At a distance, unassailed by his looks or his kindness, and safe from the perpetual irritation of knowing his heart, and striving to avoid his confidence, she should be able to reason herself into a properer state; she should be able to think of him as in London, and arranging everything there, without wretchedness.
But they had no means of ascertaining the truth: for any question or entreaty on their parts only provoked a storm of execrations, or something worse; and they were too happy to be left alone, unassailed by threats or admiration, to risk even that comfort, by any voluntary communication with those who held them in durance.
She was a result of generations of training in the unexamined and unassailed belief that the law which permitted her to kill a subject when she chose was a perfectly right and righteous one.
I placed her,' said the old man, 'at a distance;' with a grave smooth outward sweep from one another of his two open hands at arm's length; 'at a distance--among certain of our people, where her industry would serve her, and where she could hope to exercise it, unassailed from any quarter.
2) by Jacques Stella, and here, unassailed, the winged putto is busily sharpening the arrows of love.
And this willful non-accountability continues today, despite the obvious that in times of relevant and unassailed peace Lebanon was mandated to have a government and not some type of militia rule living in palaces.
This is why no national foundation stone will be left unassailed.
As a result, scientistic claims are virtually unassailed and settle into a formulaic set of dismissals.
The ability of the Japanese so far to maintain their own culture in the face of advancing modernity reveals the native strength and characteristic individuality of the race, whose unassailed bulwark is the Japanese home.
3) For Marx it is obvious that there are 'sensuous objects, really distinct from the thought objects' (4) so that 'the priority of external nature remains unassailed.