unregretted

unregretted

(ˌʌnrɪˈɡrɛtɪd)
adj
1. not regretted or repentant or upset about
2. not grieved for
Translations

unregretted

[ˈʌnrɪˈgretɪd] ADJno llorado, no lamentado

unregretted

adj absence, deathnicht bedauert; personnicht vermisst; wordsnicht bereut
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Oregon became a state two years later, and for most of two centuries the omission has gone unregretted. If Oregonians ever found themselves in need of an impeachment provision and did not have one, however, the regrets would be deep.
"Pocket Poems: Unregretted Lessons from a Broken Heart" is a collection of poetry from Laurie Haines as she draws on her intimate history and life to create a read that comes out as personal, yet stories that resonate with us all.
The moral compass of the Mao era has gone, unregretted. But moneymaking, national glory, and a veil over the past in the name of "good feelings" are not enough to replace it.
By 1940, in the wake of the Hitler-Stalin pact and the destruction of Poland, the whole thing, including Ivan, had been crated and shipped off, unregretted. The pavilions of Poland and the Baltic states had closed.
Louisa dies of consumption at the age of twenty-one, "unregretted by all except her parents." (28) Each of the six biographies ends with a quotation from the epitaph engraved on the girl's tombstone, a narrative strategy that validates recorded, public testimonials to a person's life.
During its long unregretted closure one hoped that the Hayward Gallery was being pulled down, to make way for a less brutish edifice for the display of art.
No one can blame her, and indeed Otto's death goes unregretted by the natural as well as the "imaginary" father, who both accept the necessary mythological "sacrifice" ["Opfer" (WV 461)] of the child because it clears the way for a much desired dissolution of the marriage between Charlotte and Eduard.
He was a son of the excellent Mr Prospector horse Forty Niner, and he briefly looked as though he might blossom into a Triple Crown contender in 1995, but a poor performance in the Arkansas Derby exposed his limitations, and after two more disappointing efforts he was sold, unregretted, to Chile.
January 1 - When on the stroke of midnight the old BBC went out of existence, it did not pass unregretted. In the course of its relatively brief career the old concern had made for itself a host of warm friends, larger (one may safely say) than that accu mulated by any public company in the history of joint stock enterprise.
A parallel of type 3, found in prrw h w hr shrw.f "by whose will one comes and goes," is wa-dahaba gayra ma sufin alay-hi "he went unregretted" (Polotsky 1978: 171, example [40]; see type C in [section]2.2).