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  • adjective rare unlimited (having no limit)


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From un- + horizon + -ed


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  • If the Church is one great institution of that country, the St. Lawrence is no less another, -- displaying thirty miles unbroken blue on a clear day in the direction of the distant hill of Montreal, and on the other hand, towards Lake St. Peter, a vista oceanlike and unhorizoned.

    The Young Seigneur Or, Nation-Making Wilfrid Ch��teauclair

  • Above stars, planets, suns, in the zoneless seas and unhorizoned spheres where the wings of seraphs battle for decades with the tides, the imagination lingers not, but lifting its fiery eye as system after system recede and sink in the shaded distances of eternal

    Autobiography, sermons, addresses, and essays of Bishop L. H. Holsey, D. D., 1898

  • This woman in the darkest hour of her bottomless and unhorizoned despair, with conscience gnawing at her heart, with present misery pressing on her breast, and shame to come hanging over her like a thunder cloud, could yet feel thankful that she had won this barren love, the spring of all her woe.

    Beatrice Henry Rider Haggard 1890


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