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  • adjective Not menaced; unthreatened.


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un- +‎ menaced


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  • Was the Survey officer mad enough to think he could swim unmenaced through a sea which might be infested with more such creatures?

    Storm Over Warlock Andre Norton 1958

  • The massive beast rose on its hind legs, growled, and Ross walked by it uncaring, unmenaced by the puzzled animal.

    The Time Traders Andre Norton 1958

  • So the human heart has ever craved for a relationship, deeper and more lasting than any possible among men, undisturbed by change, unmenaced by death, unbroken by fear, unclouded by doubt.

    Friendship Hugh Black

  • Taking one deep breath, as though it were a final and comprehensive gulp of unmenaced life, she turned to him, and gazed quietly and steadily into his questioning eyes.

    Phantom Wires A Novel Arthur Stringer 1912

  • For Flukey, there were tender hands that would ease his pain; for her, a home unmenaced by Lem.

    From the Valley of the Missing Grace Miller White 1912

  • Though books were so closely cherished, so seemly bekept in colonial days, they were subject to one indignity with which now they are unmenaced and undegraded -- they were sometimes sentenced to be burned by the public hangman.

    Customs and Fashions in Old New England Alice Morse Earle 1881

  • They asked little; but what need to ask more than such quiet summer days by a shady stream, with a comrade all amiability, to say nothing of art and books and a wide unmenaced horizon?

    Madame De Mauves Henry James 1879

  • Coming here in the first days of October I found the summer still in almost unmenaced possession, and ever since, till within a day or two, the weight of its hand has been sensible.

    Italian Hours Henry James 1879

  • Almost before Europe has given a week's reflection to the announcement of her having been abandoned, the fact is almost lost sight of, having been obliterated by the later tidings that South Carolina is being traversed by an army of her foe, not merely unresisted, but seemingly unmenaced, by her inhabitants.

    The Federal Occupation of Charleston 1865

  • But she walked through them unmenaced, and, once clear, sped like a bird into the recesses of the old house.

    The Portent & Other Stories George MacDonald 1864


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