unexamined

unexamined

(ˌʌnɪɡˈzæmɪnd)
adj
not examined or scrutinized
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Knightley thought he saw another collection of letters anxiously pushed towards her, and resolutely swept away by her unexamined. She was afterwards looking for her shawlFrank Churchill was looking alsoit was growing dusk, and the room was in confusion; and how they parted, Mr.
She was a result of generations of training in the unexamined and unassailed belief that the law which permitted her to kill a subject when she chose was a perfectly right and righteous one.
For Don Quixote had already described how he had seen the man go bounding along the mountain side, and he was now filled with amazement at what he heard from the goatherd, and more eager than ever to discover who the unhappy madman was; and in his heart he resolved, as he had done before, to search for him all over the mountain, not leaving a corner or cave unexamined until he had found him.
And assuredly no one will argue that there is any other method of comprehending by any regular process all true existence or of ascertaining what each thing is in its own nature; for the arts in general are concerned with the desires or opinions of men, or are cultivated with a view to production and construction, or for the preservation of such productions and constructions; and as to the mathematical sciences which, as we were saying, have some apprehension of true being--geometry and the like-- they only dream about being, but never can they behold the waking reality so long as they leave the hypotheses which they use unexamined, and are unable to give an account of them.
Almost every part of the hill had been drilled by attempts to open gold-mines: the rage for mining has left scarcely a spot in Chile unexamined. I spent the evening as before, talking round the fire with my two companions.
For if I tell you that to do as you say would be a disobedience to the God, and therefore that I cannot hold my tongue, you will not believe that I am serious; and if I say again that daily to discourse about virtue, and of those other things about which you hear me examining myself and others, is the greatest good of man, and that the unexamined life is not worth living, you are still less likely to believe me.
Pollio is profusely illustrated and impressively informative guide that accurately describes their composition, structure and imagery, thus providing merchants, collectors and researchers with a definitive and comprehensive reference on these ancient artifacts that, until now, have gone unexamined. Exceptionally well organized and presented, "Ancient Rings: An Illustrated Collector's Guide" is unreservedly recommended for personal, professional, community, college, and university library Antiques & Collectible collections and supplemental studies lists.
'The assertion in the US DOJ litigation that there was an 'international conspiracy to launder money misappropriated from 1Malaysia Development Berhad' resulting in the acquisition of numerous assets in the United States and other countries, like the billion-ringgit Equanimity luxury superyacht, cannot go unexamined,' added Lim.
Guardianships and the Elderly: The Perfect Crime outlines the problems with a justice system that regulates elderly people's freedoms, pinpointing the perils and abuses of the guardianship concept, which exists in every state and which has gone relatively unexamined until this book.
WAS it Socrates who kept reminding us that unexamined life is not worth living?
Her subject matter is too restricted, or her novels are too "indoors," or she's a prisoner of unexamined assumptions about social class, or her morality is too prim.
FOSSILS that lay unexamined at the Natural History Museum for around 60 years have helped identify a "missing link" that forces scientists to rethink the early evolution of dinosaurs.