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unmourned

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmɔːnd
 
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Definition of unmourned in English:

adjective

Not mourned: he would die alone and unmourned
More example sentences
  • Meanwhile, back in Chicago, Mary Stachowicz remains in the grave, unmourned by the compassionate folks at ABC.
  • Maybe blackface is considered an insult and drag acceptable because of some inherent difference between them - or maybe just because no one has yet brought to bear on drag the kind of analysis that sent blackface to its unmourned death.
  • The party as he sees it is structurally set on a long, slow, course towards death at its own hand, destined to perish, quietly and unmourned, amongst the cucumber sandwiches when the last arthritic ‘activist’ drifts into the grave.

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