unlightened

unlightened

(ʌnˈlaɪtənd)
adj
1. not made light or lighter
2. archaic not lit or made to burn; unlighted; unlit
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The babble of the unlightened might be "political correctness gone mad".
The work nonetheless does rela tively little to substantiate its reference to an 'unlightened' (1:105) feudal age, and the primary function of what it does say in this respect seems to be to throw into relief the sensibility of Edward De Villars (rescuer of Agnes Warren), who just like his father 'possessed all the gallantry of the age, yet ...
For Arvin, the last four years of Hawthorne's life are "wretched years," forming an "almost unlightened gloom" (266), and the romances he worked upon suffered accordingly.