unbitten

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adjective un·bit·ten \ˌən-ˈbi-tən\

Definition of unbitten

  1. :  not bitten I think it is safe to say that television's voracious gobbling up of the literature of the past … will leave Henry James's works uneaten, and even unbitten. — James Thurber I withstood, at first impassively, the mounted aggression of a fleet of mosquitoes. Jackson sat imperturbably, unbitten. — Gini Alhadeff

1794

First Known Use of unbitten

1794


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