unchastened

unchastened

(ʌnˈtʃeɪsənd)
adj
not chastened
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'Hardened, I fear - hardened!' he replied, with a despondent shake of the head; 'and, at the same time, there was a strong display of unchastened, misdirected passions.
All the girls drew onward to the spot where the cows were grazing in the farther mead, the bevy advancing with the bold grace of wild animals--the reckless unchastened motion of women accustomed to unlimited space--in which they abandoned themselves to the air as a swimmer to the wave.
Here she ceased abruptly, having talked more than she had for weeks; and Rebecca stole out of the room, to cry by herself and wonder if old age must be so grim, so hard, so unchastened and unsweetened, as it slipped into the valley of the shadow.
They often look amazed and nonplussed, but I think they feel the positive current of the unexpected and unchastened.
Filipinos have just gone through another election, apparently unchastened by a past too ignoble, too repetitive and too recent to be forgotten: They endorsed the repressive presidency of Rodrigo Duterte by voting in all of his candidates to the Senate.
Unchastened by his reprieve, Pipe spooned the next ball to deep mid-wicket.
But Wolfe sounds unchastened by the experiences and remains enthusiastic both about the prospect of returning to Broadway and collaborating with commercial producers.
Unchastened by the widespread denunciation of their election decisions, the Supreme Court's conservative bloc seems determined to continue using its one-vote majority to ram through an assault on Congressional power.
These noble intentions are thwarted by the persistent malevolence of the Martian Emperor, who, having escaped the deluge unchastened, is vaporized after a demonstration of his casual cruelty (183).
I came away from my reading of this essay pretty much unchastened, with a slightly dizzying desire to write a poem called "Lip Service."
Unchastened, there are reports the Clintons' campaign continues to do it in other states.
Unchastened by the court's rebuke, the Army Corps issued still another cease-and-desist order, starting the harassment process all over again.