unmourned


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unmourned

(ʌnˈmɔːnd)
adj
not missed or grieved over
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Adj.1.unmourned - not grieved forunmourned - not grieved for; causing no mourning; "interred in an unlamented grave"
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unmourned

[ˈʌnˈmɔːnd] ADJno llorado

unmourned

adjunbeweint; death alsounbeklagt; an unmourned tyrantein Tyrann m, → dem niemand nachtrauert or nachweint; they died largely unmournedkaum einer trauerte um sie or trauerte ihnen nach ihrem Tod(e) nach
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A YOUNG man with no family who took his own life and a homeless veteran are among some of the men and women whose deaths went unmourned - as it's revealed dozens of others have been buried in the same circumstances.
An unmourned loss, unforgiven guilt and/or shame, and diminished self-compassion may be continuous.
All of Hel's hungry actions conceal the unmourned loss of her son.
If this continues, it will gain a reputation like that of the National Front and the English Defence League, and disappear unmourned from the landscape.
The unadorned grave of an unmourned Murtaza Bhutto is nondescript by comparison, and in the far background are the graves of the Bhutto elders, including the patriarch Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto.
They are unmourned except when families finally get word that they have gone missing.
Somalia's single biggest act of terror thought to have been set off by a truck rigged with explosives will go largely unmourned by the rest of the world.
A recent visit to The Botanist bore this out (nice decor, shame about the lunch), as did a less-recent one to the ironically named Dr Feelgood in Sunderland (since closed, unmourned).
The unmourned psychopath was a sadist who craved recognition and, sadly, he got it.
Younge's mandate in this book is, precisely, to bring to life people whose deaths would have otherwise gone mostly unrecorded and unmourned outside the close circle of their friends and family.
Consider the following examples of losses that can go unrecognised and unmourned, leaving our grief unresolved.