untorn


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untorn

(ʌnˈtɔːn)
adj
1. not torn or ripped
2. not torn away; not removed by force (from)
References in classic literature ?
There remains untorn by the idolater no more than the breadth of my fingernail.'
Tenders are invited for Tender for purchase and lifting of waste paper torn, newspapers untorn and magazines untorn of the lok sabha secretariat from the parliament house complex, new delhi on annual rate contract basis
And I want bus fare back to my passport and untorn clothes tomorrow.
Jordin Torres, a junior at Howard High School in Ellicott City, Maryland, said she helps her instructors check that the blackout paper they're supposed to draw over classroom windows if a shooter attacks is untorn.
In this study, to better understand the association between the anatomic knee variance in discoid lateral menisci and meniscal tears, we quantitatively analyzed and compared knee variants in plain radiographs between patients with torn discoid lateral menisci and matched untorn controls.
You can't change money before you go so take untorn euros or pounds, not US dollars.
shall be intact, unanguished, untorn, unterrified" (RN 211).
to think seriously of many things till then unseen" and goes on to admit how he imagines Wells's scrutiny of his work and adjusts accordingly: "You are responsible for many sheets torn up and also for those that remained untorn and presently meeting your eye have given me the reward of your generous appreciation" (Collected Letters 2 92).
Their's was the task (and nobly they performed it) to possess themselves, and through themselves, us, of this goodly land; and to uprear upon its hills and its valleys, a political edifice of liberty and equal rights; 'tis ours only, to transmit these, the former, unprofaned by the foot of an invader; the latter, undecayed by the lapse of time, and untorn by usurpation--to the latest generation that fate shall permit the world to know.