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- adjective Not having been
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'We should leave now,' I said to Father, 'whether we're sunk or unsunk.'
The Hotel New Hampshire Irving, John, 1942- 1981
Huns; but the unsunk southern nail heads yet serve to improve the hold on the ground.
However, we are still unsunk, for which we should be properly grateful.
Twenty-Two _khad_ was unsunk and there were not two thousand men here, I was known to have all knowledge of the pits.
Indian Tales Rudyard Kipling 1900
Even in the days when the Twenty-Two _khad_ was unsunk and there were not two thousand men here, I was known to have all knowledge of the pits.
Soldiers Three Rudyard Kipling 1900
Heap o ''omans would' a 'been afeerd to marry a man wid a unsunk grave on his hands --' feerd she'd ha'nt her.
Moriah's Mourning and Other Half-Hour Sketches Ruth McEnery Stuart 1886
Nimble old man, who for all emergencies has his light jest; and ever in the worst confusion will emerge, cork-like, unsunk!
The French Revolution Thomas Carlyle 1838