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  • adjective Not having been perpetrated.


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un- +‎ perpetrated


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  • The son of a pious man inherited great wealth left him by some uncles, whereon he plunged into dissipation and profligacy, became a spendthrift and, in short, left no heinous transgression unperpetrated and no intoxicant untasted.

    The Gulistan of Sa'di 2003

  • Why dost thou not take away this life, that no villany, perfidious {wretch}, may remain {unperpetrated} by thee? and would that thou hadst done it before thy criminal embraces!

    The Metamorphoses of Ovid Vol. I, Books I-VII 43 BC-18? Ovid 1847


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