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  • adjective Not shivered or broken to pieces; intact.


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un- +‎ shivered


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  • Their arrows may fly thick enough to darken the sun, but, as the proud old boast has it, 'then we can fight in the shade'; and when their harmless points have buried themselves in the ground, you will stand unhurt, your unshivered bow ready for the next assault, and your hands made strong by the hands of the mighty

    Expositions of Holy Scripture Alexander Maclaren 1868

  • [9] so his people and kingdom, -- though as a "lily among thorns," [10] as "sheep among wolves," [11] as a "turtledove" among a multitude of devourers, [12] -- yet stands unshaken, at least unshivered.

    The Sermons of John Owen 1616-1683 1968


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