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unblessed

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈblɛsɪd
 
, ʌnˈblɛst/
(also unblest)

Definition of unblessed in English:

adjective

Not blessed: to us, unblessed with our own children, he was almost a son
More example sentences
  • Left unclaimed and unblessed, biotechnology is frightening.
  • They considered the skinny, the pale and the flabby with the same mixture of contempt, disdain and pity that a prim Christian mother feels for a single teenage girl and her unblessed bastard in a hand-me-down pushchair.
  • The Synod will not lift a claw to defend an unblessed planet.

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