unregenerately love


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  • adverb In an unregenerate manner.


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unregenerate +‎ -ly


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  • We linger unregenerately in Plato's cave, still reveling, our age-old habit, in mere image of the truth.

    Photography Sontag, Susan 1973

  • But Casey wanted neither supper nor kindly intentions, and he was still unregenerately regretful that

    The Trail of the White Mule B. M. Bower 1905

  • He admires both Chronicles and Theme Time Radio Hour less than they deserve and is happy to call much of Dylan's later work, including his last album, Christmas in the Heart, "unregenerately abject".

    Evening Standard - Home David Sexton 2011

  • As the minister grew warmer in his explanation and application of the text, the money-seeking corn-storer defiantly and unregenerately sat up stiff and unmoved, until at last the preacher, provoked out of prudence and patience, roared out, "Colonel

    Sabbath in Puritan New England Alice Morse Earle 1881


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