uncomforted

uncomforted

(ʌnˈkʌmfətɪd)
adj
not comforted or consoled
References in classic literature ?
"It won't be the same thing as having her here all the time," sighed Marilla gloomily, determined to enjoy her luxury of grief uncomforted. "But there--men can't understand these things!"
Did she feel that he had gone uncomforted out of life--even by her--even by religion?
He said: "I broke out in extreme panic, filled with worry and uncomforted feelings, crying for relief from mental pain, on my hands and knees hoping for it to pass.
Health Complaint Eye Irritation Yes (%) Reddish eye 0 (0.0) Sore eye 1 (5.0) Watery eye 1 (5.0) Nose Irritation Yes (%) Itchy nose 3 (15.0) Sneezing 4 (20.0) Uncomforted smell 1 (5.0) Upper airway irritation Yes (%) Asphyxia 1 (5.0) Cough 5 (25.0) Dried throat 13 (65.0) Sore throat 2 (10.0) Source: primary data.
Babies being left uncomforted, using feeding spoons that had been left on the floor and hindering learning by interrupting play are just some of the catalogue of educational errors uncovered at Milverton Nursery School.
I can't escape easily from the manifestations of the suppression of the feminine, when she, woman, lies uncomforted, buried alive in the foundations of Jerusalem and Rome, from which seat Peter's patriarchy has ruled for an aeon.
So while we must read Lamentations for itself, giving full attention to its voices of uncomforted pain, we cannot read it as if Isaiah 40-55 had not also been written.
We may wonder, as Kolya does, why his life has been so beleaguered, and feel equally uncomforted by the local priest's response that Job also suffered misery upon misery in God's endless test of man's faith.
By and large, according to the NYT article written by Joseph, a majority of Muslims still remain uncomforted by Modi's remarks about their community.
She is sad and upset and confused, and uncomforted. She falls asleep and dreams of other animals, asking a deer, a fox, and a crow if they have seen Brecken.
Here the uncomforted Rachel weeps once more for her children and Mary and the other women huddle once more beneath the cross of Calvary rudely raised on a Friday around the ninth hour in the Connecticut town that is Bethlehem for all of us this Christmas.
The patient's feelings of shame and fear in the sick role can go uncomforted