unhaunted

unhaunted

(ʌnˈhɔːntɪd)
adj
not haunted
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References in classic literature ?
If hereafter any highly cultured, poetical nation shall lure back to their birth-right, the merry May-day gods of old; and livingly enthrone them again in the now egotistical sky; in the now unhaunted hill; then be sure, exalted to Jove's high seat, the great Sperm Whale shall lord it.
Sketches will include old favourites The Free Runners and Mostly UnHaunted.
All can be vanquished using the methods and tools I've mentioned, allowing your business to operate openly and in the sunlight, unhaunted by the ghosts and goblins of past mistakes.
The old Labour Party was reborn in the SNP, so the mythos went, a party unburdened by Blairite modernisation on economic and social policy and unhaunted by the spectre of Iraq.
How blessed--she thinks--this plain, unhaunted, where those I cherished never bled; blessed, to be ordinary, wanted by the good man who shares my bed.
Let's have a grown-up debate, unhaunted by the ghosts of long-gone unfairnesses, about what the NHS can, and cannot afford, to do.
But that is not entirely Keats, and Hartman will come to Keats upon his own fruition, in The Fate of Reading: the Keats whose anguish is wakeful, whose sorrows glut themselves on nature, and who asks, in "Ode to Indolence," at the point at which his pulse "grows less," why the figures he invokes might not have left his sense "unhaunted quite of all but--nothingness."
Yet it all collapses in the third act, as John is made to run an obstacle course of plot contrivances that prevent him from simply moving his family to one of the Eastern seaboard's plentiful unhaunted houses.
I am the being within you, outside time and unhaunted.
If hereafter any highly cultured, poetical nation shall lure back to their birth-right, the merry May-day gods of old; and livingly enthrone them again in the now egotistical sky; in the now unhaunted hill; then be sure, exalted to Jove's high seat, the great Sperm Whale shall lord it.
The Army doesn't have the manpower to chase and apprehend deserters, so unless they get picked up for some other offense--stopped by the local cops for running a red light, for instance--they can often live life unhindered (but not necessarily unhaunted) for weeks, months, even years.
Braddocks, Robert Prentiss, the artist Zizi, the bal musette homosexuals, and the Paris and Pamplona tourists who are unhaunted by nada, have no real cause for rebellion against their societies, and are messy and undisciplined as they imitate without comprehension the actions of the insiders.(2) Of course, these are specific characters with specific narrative functions--to express ideas through word and action--but it is a mistake to disregard how some social types are given more degrading duties than others.