from The Century Dictionary.
- Not dissipated; not scattered.
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- adjective Not
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Unless we exterminate ourselves very soon, and much of the planet with us, by global heating, by pandemics — natural or engineered — spread by world-girdling travelers and freight, by the undissipated threat of thermonuclear war and other dreadful weapons, then there's no reason to suppose that the next million years will witness any less change than the first million.
Moreover, with the undissipated warmth of inspiration from the guidelines transmitted orally, one ear to the next, in succession from the Buddha to my root guru concerning the essence of the minds of all the Buddhas of the three times, it is a method for achieving, in a single lifetime, the extraordinary supreme state of a unified Vajradhara pair.
Mahamudra Eliminating the Darkness of Unawareness ��� Part One: Preliminaries the Ninth Karmapa Wangchug-dorjey 2008
This steady and undissipated attention to one object is a sure mark of a superior genius; as hurry, bustle, and agitation are the never-failing symptoms of a weak and frivolous mind.
"This steady and undissipated attention to one object," remarks Lord Chesterfield, in relating this anecdote, "is a sure mark of a superior genius."
An Essay on Professional Ethics Second Edition George Sharswood
The organic unity of the soul is retained, in undissipated concentration, throughout whatever movement or action or stress of energy it is led to make.
The Complex Vision John Cowper Powys 1917
This steady and undissipated attention to one object is a sure mark of a superior genius, as hurry, bustle, and agitation are the never-failing symptoms of a weak and frivolous mind.
Letters and Journals 01 Morse, Samuel F B 1914
I felt the impetus of this undiffused, undissipated passion, in its undivided strength, stir and vitalise all my energies, and its power over my own frame made me involuntarily, instinctively confident of the power it would have over hers.
To-morrow? Victoria Cross 1910
With closed eyes she lay, in the grip of a dream that was undissipated by her waking.
Christmas A Story Zona Gale 1906
Steady and undissipated attention to one object is a sure mark of genius, as hurry, bustle and agitation are the never failing symptoms of a weak and frivolous mind.
Ten Boys from History Kate Dickinson Sweetser 1903
With his undissipated energy, his curious frugality in the matter of self-revelation, and his instinctive knowledge of men, he made his way from the first, and the roaring port at the mouth of the great river yielded him of its treasures for the asking.
Earth's Enigmas A Volume of Stories Charles George Douglas Roberts 1901