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  • adjective Not having received a reprimand.


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un- +‎ reprimanded


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  • Similarly also did the woman [receive] toil, and labour, and groans, and the pangs of parturition, and a state of subjection, that is, that she should serve her husband; so that they should neither perish altogether when cursed by God, nor, by remaining unreprimanded, should be led to despise God.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus 1819-1893 2001

  • Belazir, he decided to let the informality pass unreprimanded.

    The City Who Fought McCaffrey, Anne 1993

  • French journal ventured, unreprimanded, to turn this festival into ridicule.

    Germany from the Earliest Period Volume 4 Wolfgang Menzel 1835


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