uncleft

uncleft

(ʌnˈklɛft)
adj
formal not cleft; not split or bifurcated
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Within itself the eternal pearl received us, as water doth receive a ray of light, though still itself uncleft.
Crowned in thorns, urchins on the halfshell top a basket of uncleft fruits de mer , their briny, sweet, shucked nothings laid bare on mother-of-pearl.
Your breasts pointed up and forward, perfectly symmetrical, unmarked by the rude eye of a nipple, and your straight thighs met in a demure beige plastic Y, smooth, sealed, and uncleft.
After taking the Northern Pacific, you uncleft from the ways of commerce and walked beneath the arc lamps with a book of Mai-Yao Chen's poems in your back pocket.