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Double entendre is caviar to the average man and woman of Tahiti, who call the unshrouded spade by its aboriginal name.
Mystic Isles of the South Seas. Frederick O'Brien 1900
The body of Atia El Mabruk, 22, bound for burial but unshrouded in the morgue to display his injuries, had five gunshot wounds on his shoulder, torso, back, arm and neck.
When you burned the stake, you unshrouded the destiny that had always been right in front of you, hidden, waiting for you to be ready, waiting for you to claim it.
Fatal Circle Linda Robertson 2010
Its like saying we have a greenhouse with ninety one panes and it used to be fine inside but we unshrouded just nine more and now its an oven!
He was there unshrouded during the fitting and later during the interview.
Wheresoever Mr. Rogers turns the flaming eye, there is a spectral figure rising, unshrouded, from a grave of rags.
Reprinted Pieces 2007
On that night, too, more of the scattered remnants of the mob were traced to their lurking – places, and taken; and in the hospitals, and deep among the ruins they had made, and in the ditches, and fields, many unshrouded wretches lay dead: envied by those who had been active in the disturbances, and who pillowed their doomed heads in the temporary jails.
Barnaby Rudge 2007
The country wives would hold me in dishonor if he, with all his fortune, lay unshrouded.
Although the heavy mahogany furniture was unshrouded, the study was no more welcoming than the rest of the house.
One Night Of Scandal Medeiros, Teresa, 1962- 2003
Although this situation was somewhat disheartening, we went ahead with the analysis for the unshrouded cave sites.