unsoothed

unsoothed

(ʌnˈsuːðd)
adj
not soothed
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But for that gentle persuader they must have tossed, unsoothed, the night through; for the whiskey was for me.
To endure the most unexampled bodily pain, with a mind unsoothed by the consolations of society!--I,--I!
The tragedy of one in no way mitigates or exculpates the tragedy of the other; the severed limbs of Afghanistan's war veterans are unsoothed by the decapitation of New York City.