unstruck

unstruck

(ʌnˈstrʌk)
adj
not struck
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unstruck sounds are best, and bite down on your tongue.
To recap, remember that back-strengthening poses work simultaneously on opening the heart chakra known as Anahtata (which literally means "unhurt, unstruck, and unbeaten").
KATE WEARE COMPANY: UNSTRUCK. The company returns to The Ringling's New Stages program, Feb.
"Your red boozy face looks like an unstruck match," she retorts.
The heart chakra, known as anahata in Sanskrit, translates as "unstruck." Using our vocal chords as reference, it is understood that no sound is made until the two chords meet.
There is a room of curios and smaller works--a jostling cabinet of curiosities in which Henry Moore and Eduardo Paolozzi rub shoulders with Anthony Earnshaw and Desmond Morris--and a final room of more recent pieces which sees a bold 'Matchhead' (a sculpture made of unstruck matchsticks) by David Mach hoisted on to a wall alongside Conroy Maddox's mischievous Guess Who?
It's coming to something when the best outcomes a man can muster are the ones from unstruck bets entrusted to an unreliable friend at the other end of a telephone in the homeland, but that's what it came to.
Of all the things to avoid, beyond the obviousness of never, ever making a movie together again (and with Kathy Bates!), what was the specific error but of setting up a tale of the iceberg unstruck, of the ship docking, of the marital inevitable, of a life of routinized misery commencing everlasting." It was an idiocy, true--EW.nits blogger had missed the point completely--but it was ink, the only time Stuntmensch ever got any, apart from the death notice in Daily Variety.
During walks, I notice objects poking out from waste containers, objects radiating sonic potential, lying still, unscraped, unbowed, unstruck, unblown, and uninsonified.
Only remembering that a self in exile is still a self, as a bell unstruck for years is still a bell.
WHATEVER the ins and outs of the various deals first struck and then seemingly unstruck over the future of the Scandinavian Hotel in Nelson Street, the message to the city council must be that it has to be sorted out now.
A fortnight ago he trained his 3,000th domestic winner, an achievement that would have had the church bells ringing in Newmarket a few years ago, but somehow escaped public notice like an unstruck iceberg gliding past in the night.