unravished

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adjective un·rav·ished \ˌən-ˈra-visht\

Definition of unravished

  1. :  not ravished Thou still unravished bride of quietness … — John Keats, “Ode on a Grecian Urn” unravished land Of course, not everyone is appalled at the sudden quiet that settles over a house without kids. Some people aren't dismayed by the lack of dirty laundry, or the unravished refrigerator. — Jackie Burrell

1563

First Known Use of unravished

1563


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