unsunned

unsunned

(ʌnˈsʌnd)
adj
literary not subjected to or affected by sunlight; not exposed to or reached by the sun; not warmed or lit by sunlight
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Guest, his head clerk, upon the other, and midway between, at a nicely calculated distance from the fire, a bottle of a particular old wine that had long dwelt unsunned in the foundations of his house.
That unsunned snow in the matron's bosom, and the burning shame on Hester Prynne's -- what had the two in common?
But her smile was sweet as mother's milk, shining from a kindly, if unsunned, face.
With our unsunned tails between our legs we made our way to Motel One on Princes Street.
69) Unsunned gold-hoards were thought liable to rust (see.
The great humanity which beats Its life along the stony streets, Like a strong and unsunned river In a self-made course .
For the first time, I'm not hard on the girl, admiring how she's knit together, torso tanned, white where a bikini top had cupped her like hands, a string of unsunned skin white around her neck, glowing.
HE WAS a footballer from another time zone - thick hair parted in the middle, aeronautical ears, the bulbous nose of a music-hall comic and a bony, unsunned chest between wide, jagged elbows.
Before large-scale leveeing of the Mississippi and the Yazoo and their tributaries, the fertility of the Delta soils was furthermore enhanced by the continual replenishment by flooding as "once each year," "the thick, slow, black, unsunned streams almost without current .
Stavros' unsunned back is an even creamy colour embellished with black hairs which surprise my fingers as I hold back the T-shirt to apply the unguent.
28) Dramatic Magazine, 1 July 1829, reported with pleasure that Aldridge, "though positively a Negro, is a gentleman and a man of education and could not have portrayed the character in a manner more intellectual if his face had been 'as white as unsunned snow"' (Marshall and Stock, 84).
Here where the feuds root some unsunned angel of loss ekes out its plunder.