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- adjective Not
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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One of the ongoing projects at the moment is ripping the portion of my CD collection still unripped.
Just the strength of the lights shining down on the flawless triple-polished court, the unripped new white nets, and undented rims, got me amped.
Midnight Sister Souljah 2008
Then I got ready to go to the gym, with an unripped suit.
In Which We Go Temporarily Insane Susan Palwick 2008
At length Don Raymond observed that one corner of the blue satin lining was unripped; He tore it open hastily, and drew forth
The Monk 2004
I've decided that smokey bars and clubs will now be places to wear my ripped crappy jeans rather than my unripped semi-presentable jeans.
kevynwight Diary Entry kevynwight 2001
His mohawk and its fins were slicked back and tucked under a baseball hat, his black jeans were unripped and had only one conservative chain joining the wallet in his back pocket to his belt loop.
Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town Cory Doctorow
By dint of caressing and licking her little calf, the tender parent one fine morning unripped it; the hay issued from within, and the cow, manifesting not the slightest surprise or agitation, proceeded tranquilly to devour the unexpected provender.
Short Stories and Selections for Use in the Secondary Schools Emilie Kip Baker
And whilst Don Quixote passed over the book, Sancho passed over the malet, without leaving a corner of it or the cushion unsearched, or a seam unripped, nor a lock of wool uncarded, to the end that nothing might remain behind for want of diligence, or carelessnessthe found gold, which passed a hundred crowns, had stirred in him such a greediness to have more.
As for the thin scarlet breeches, they had been unripped by the tailor between the legs, and left at sixes and sevens.
He took his clasp-knife from his pocket, carefully unripped a part of one of the seams in the waistcoat, and extracted a piece of paper folded double -- a decent-sized square of rather thick paper, partly printed, partly written.
Aurora Floyd. A Novel Mary Elizabeth 1863