undivested

undivested

(ˌʌndaɪˈvɛstɪd)
adj
not divested, deprived, or dispossessed
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how ill do you appreciate [Clement's] soul, wherein the image of Sibella lives immoveably, and eternally, undivested of her sway by any outward form or circumstance" (248).
The same for Herzog and the resoundingly undivested "me" at the close of the divestment; and we are additionally perplexed when we set this edict, against Schlossberg's seemingly reliable, seemingly contradictory assertion in The Victim.
At any rate, AT&T, by first agreeing to divestiture and then splitting itself again, has evidently taken better care of its shareholders' interests during the past dozen years than has the "undivested" IBM.