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- adj. Not lamented.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not lamented; whose loss is not deplored; not moaned; unwept.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not grieved for; causing no mourning
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This week's spats would matter less if Mr Bercow was not now steadily becoming an even more controversial figure at Westminster than he was when he succeeded the unlamented Michael Martin in 2009.
This was no cable shoutfest, no Crossfire, the late, unlamented left-versus-right programme that Jon Stewart buried in 2004.
I will reign at his side while you rot in the ground, unlamented and forgotten.
An hour later, rubber-neckers may wish to turn to the ninth-season opener of Two and a Half Men 9/8c to pay their respects to the late and possibly unlamented Charlie Harper, while welcoming Ashton Kutcher on board as broken-hearted billionaire Walden Schmidt.
There's a moment early on in Tuesday's episode when we glimpse the hybrid spawn of Ryan and the late and unlamented Val, floating in a spooky tank.
It was pointed out to me that a number of my old posts from my unlamented Typepad era are full of comment spam that carried over into the wordpress database.
The late and unlamented Mr. Novak was a member of the antisemitic neofascist Catholic order Opus Dei and a pal of the traitor Robert Hansson, who was the source of much of the so-called inside information he passed on in his columns.
A song that the late and unlamented Mr. Hitler used to warble during his rise to power.
A disjointed diptych inspired by the largely unlamented Duchess of Windsor, it contains little that's original or insightful about the American adventuress Wallis Simpson, or her empire-rattling love for Edward VIII.
The most unforgiveable part of her communication, in any case, was to confuse me with the apparently semi-senile John Begley, a former buddy of the late, unlamented Doug Collins.