from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not ransacked; not searched.
  • Not pillaged.

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  • adjective Not having been ransacked.


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un- +‎ ransacked


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  • They will not leave a stone unturned, a corner unransacked in New France.

    The Golden Dog William Kirby 1861

  • We had now, therefore, the complete Mummy at our disposal; and to those who are aware how very rarely the unransacked antique reaches our shores, it will be evident, at once that we had great reason to congratulate ourselves upon our good fortune.

    The Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Volume 5 Edgar Allan Poe 1829

  • a spot from cellar to garret left unransacked, no direct clue to the perpetrator has been found -- nothing that gives any idea of his personality save his display of strength and great cupidity.

    The Golden Slipper : and other problems for Violet Strange Anna Katharine Green 1890


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