unblenched

un·blenched

 (ŭn-blĕncht′)
adj.
Undaunted; unflinching.
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unblenched

(ʌnˈblɛntʃt)
adj
obsolete undismayed
[C17: from un-1 + blench1]
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The Elder Brother's warning that the true virgin may pass through danger with 'unblenched majesty' provided that she did not venture out 'in pride, or in presumption' (Comus, 429-30) seems not without significance here, while a still more ironic light is cast upon Eve's departure when she is seen to lack the 'dread bow' of 'the huntress Dian', the 'arms of chastity' (Comus, 440, 439).
Each contract specifies a precise product type (for flour, the type could be bleached or unblenched, all-purpose or bakery), a package size (such as 5-, 10-, 50-, or 100-lb.