unriven

unriven

(ʌnˈrɪvən)
adj
not torn apart
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(23) Levinson also takes this position, declaring that The Sopranos, 'Undriven, unriven by commercials ...
The people, unriven by the ethnic violence that has so blighted many of the neighbouring countries, respond just as well to the irrigation of education.
Peres had a vision of historic compromise leading to a prosperous Middle East unriven by nationalist hatred; however, it seems a majority of Israel's Jewish voters are not yet ready to join him.