unbeloved

[ bih-luhv-id, -luhvd ]SEE DEFINITION OF unbeloved

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There had been no change in nature unnoticed or unbeloved by her.

There is a consolation in disclosing such pangs, especially when the creator of them is unbeloved.

Emma dropped a heavy sigh in pity of her, remotely in compassion for Redworth, the loving and unbeloved.

There can be no hesitancy, with the fair words of the crowd in one scale—and Ida Ross, unknown and unbeloved, in the other.

There was the sarcastic observer on the folly of the rest; in that, the greatest fool of all, unbeloved and unloving.

His beloved relatives obtain the good, his unbeloved relatives the evil he has done.

Yes, solitary and unbeloved as I was there, I enjoyed a more pleasurable state of being than I do here.

Yet he is as one that dies while he lives; though not altogether as one unbeloved by divine beings.

Not unbeloved is this serious tree, the elm, with its leaf sitting close, unthrilled.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from past participle of verb belove (c.1200), from be- + loven "to love" (see love (v.)). Noun meaning "one who is beloved" is from 1520s.

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