unespied

unespied

(ˌʌnɪˈspaɪd)
adj
unnoticed; not seen
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such was the actiuitie and forward rypenes of nature in him so pregnaunt in witte [...] he could not be long unespied [...] Nothyng was so hard which with witte and industrie he could not compasse.
This enigmatic reference seems all the more ominous because it comes directly after Angela agrees to hide Porphyro in Madeline's chamber, "That he might see her beauty unespied" (166).