unstilled

unstilled

(ʌnˈstɪld)
adj
literary not quieted or stilled; not calmed or appeased
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to wake up with our unstilled thirst upon us, with our unuttered curses rising to our lips, with our muscles ready to act out their half-committed sins?
The crowd was baiting Jesus to try to equal the manna their ancestors ate, as Jesus Himself pointed out to them: 'You are looking for Me not because you saw signs but because you ate and were filled.' In their unstilled hunger for food for the body, they taunted Jesus, 'What can You do?' They were asking for some sign, their sort of sign, so that they could believe in Him as He Himself said that it is necessary to believe in Him as the One Sent.
Paint me a cavernous waste shore Cast in the unstilled Cyclades, Paint me the bold anfractuous rocks Faced by the snarled and yelping seas.
"Unstilled Life," a solo art exhibit featuring the works of Olan Ventura, runs until Dec.
Against the Word the unstilled world still whirled.
those ravens unstilled a strange cluster of birches' black
Through the several acts of recall, not only are time and place rendered unstable but, in his unstilled consciousness, the "I" persona is to be found hovering ambivalently between self and other, the "strange and not strange" (1).
repeated castings, unstilled by the stale and fresh,
<pre> If the lost word is lost, if the spent word is spent, If the unheard, unspoken Word is unspoken, unheard; Still is the unspoken word, the Word unheard, The Word without a word, the Word within The world and for the world; And the light shone in darkness and Against the Word the unstilled world still whirled
During this period he withdrew into himself, seeking through intense concentration to come to terms with his art not in an adversarial but in a creatively cooperative way, at the same time that he felt he had to renounce urban life for "the quasi-monastic solitude of rural life, removed from the hurly-burly of the city." What might have become instead an unforgiving sacrificial imperative was tempered by Beethoven's unstilled need for human kinship: Solomon opines that that need accounts for the lonely bachelor's efforts to become his nephew's guardian and mentor.
Against the Word the unstilled world still whirled About the centre of the silent Word.
Part V of "Ash-Wednesday" begins in exile from the Word: If the lost word is lost, if the spent word is spent If the unheard, unspoken Word is unspoken, unheard; Still is the unspoken word, the Word unheard, The Word without a word, the Word within The world and for the world; And the light shone in darkness and Against the Word the unstilled world still whirled About the centre of the silent Word.