ungarnered

ungarnered

(ʌnˈɡɑːnəd)
adj
not garnered; uncollected
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Whatever conclusions we may draw concerning Grass's moral character and its bearing on his literary oeuvre, this display of ungarnered vengefulness is troubling, not only for its excess, but because we sense it is less concerned with Grass's moral failure than with the restoration of wounded pride and damaged reputations.
Yet the Oberammergau folk were very like thousands of immigrant men and women of Chicago, both in their experiences and in their familiarity with the hard facts of life, and throughout that day as my mind dwelt on my faraway neighbors, I was reproached with the sense of an ungarnered harvest.
These products lay wasted and ungarnered in Africa because the natives did not know their use and value...