unessayed

unessayed

(ʌnɛˈseɪd)
adj
untried; not attempted
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It signified a novel way of seeking holiness; a way heretofore unessayed, of fleshing out the relationship between Gospel ideals and the world (41).
Vesey, who left no engines of power unessayed, seems, in an early stage of his design, to have turned his eye on this Necromancer, aware of his influence with his own countrymen, who are distinguished both for their credulous superstition and clannish sympathies ...
Should this expectation come to pass, an unessayed chapter in the annals of state constitutional law will have begun with yet unknown consequences and potential accomplishments.