unblunted

unblunted

(ʌnˈblʌntɪd)
adj
not blunted or made dull
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And yet, not in her words, perhaps, but in her voice, in her face, in her attitude, there were signs of a soft brooding spirit, of a sensibility unblunted and profound, playing over her thoughts and deeds, and investing her manner with an habitual gentleness.
Mentally, his competitive edge is still razor sharp, unblunted by his new environment and wealth.This season, he led the Bucks to the play-offs for the first time in 18 years, though they lost to eventual champions Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference final.
With a sharp navy suit, tidy salt-and-pepper hair, and fluent English tinged by an unblunted Italian accent, Alessandri is the type of character that Hollywood rom-com directors would rush to cast in an affable uncle role.
"[A]s years on years depart," only "Anacreon" has "the soul to tie an / Unwithering myrtle round the unblunted dart / Of Eros," Byron observes in Don Juan (canto 16, sec.
I could control him with a word, but he's a strong man [...] worth much more to us unblunted and with full freedom of action.
The interval came in the midst of 3.3 with Hamlet holding a large knife over Claudius kneeling in prayer (and, given modern dress, after the interval "Up, sword" (3.3.88) became "Up, blade" just as arras became mirror and unbated became unblunted), but to kill Polonius Hamlet reached across his mother's bed to pull a gun out of her bedside drawer--and the subsequent spider's web crack in the mirrored set stayed in view for the remainder of the show.
Therefore, the 2000 outbreak could be interpreted as representing the full outbreak potential of the (W)ET-37 clone within the context of the Hajj--much as the 1987 outbreak represented the unblunted impact of serogroup A subgroup III.
2 Boyd on their jerseys but the club captain did a fantastic job over the years and his last match at Parkhead saw him bow out with a booking and a bandage around his head - a testament to the fact his competitive edge remains unblunted.
Apps returned to the Leafs after the war, his hockey skills unblunted. Undaunted by the Rocket's red glare, he led the team to the Stanley Cup in 1947.
He turns 36 next month, but the veteran frontman's instincts remain unblunted by the passing of time as fact noted by Scotland boss Craig Brown who last night recalled McCoist to the national ranks for Saturday's European Championship qualifier in Lithua nia.