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unchastened

Syllabification: un·chas·tened
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈCHās(ə)nd
 
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Definition of unchastened in English:

adjective

(Of a person) not restrained or subdued: he was unchastened and ready for fresh mischief
More example sentences
  • Completely unchastened by the failure of socialism, these individuals still harbor the dream of a Union of American Socialist Republics.
  • I particularly hate it when people are allowed to resign, unchastened, with euphemisms about gardening and spending more time with their families.
  • Yet he appears to have been unchastened, continuing to enjoy long and lubricous lunches.

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