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  • adjective Not localized.


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un- +‎ localized


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  • It hurts me physically, an unlocalized stabbing sensation.

    Hollywood Savage Kristin McCloy 2010

  • It hurts me physically, an unlocalized stabbing sensation.

    Hollywood Savage Kristin McCloy 2010

  • If there is a process that postdetermines what happens at the point at which the wave is emitted, there is also a process, perhaps a very unlocalized process, that predetermines this.

    My Shasta Daisy 2009

  • As he approached his entrance, they did not seem to grow louder from there — the water unlocalized sounds — rather, they grew louder from everywhere.

    Time Was Perry, Steve 1998

  • When we are feeling tense, either about a specific situation, like being caught in traffic, or in an unlocalized manner, such as when in a bad mood, we tend to externalize our tension.

    The Gelug-Kagyu Tradition of Mahamudra ��� 1 The Buddhist Framework 1997

  • Trouble in this article, as in many other books and essays of this sort, starts when the author seeks to equate a strictly unlocalized and untitled picture (or description, as the case may be) with a single and specific London theater of the period 1576-1642, the Globe, forgetting that there are at least a dozen others to which it might just as easily refer.

    The Globe Theater Wickham, Glynne 1966

  • With this introduction an unlocalized saga of unknown heroes of ancient times became one of events of world-wide importance; the fall of a mighty race was depicted as the result of Siegfried's death.

    The Nibelungenlied Daniel Bussier Shumway

  • Scenes could no longer be unlocalized; costume and dialect had to be reported with accuracy; characters and plots must consequently be fitted, more or less, to the actual circumstances among which they moved.

    Chapter 6. Howells and Realism. Section 1. New Frontiers and Old Settlements 1921

  • They are loose and unlocalized, having no special organ, or one which is internal and hidden within the body.

    The Sense of Beauty Being the Outlines of Aesthetic Theory George Santayana 1907

  • Joan returned to consciousness with a sense of vague and unlocalized pain which she thought was that old, familiar pang of grief.

    The Border Legion Zane Grey 1905


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