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How to use unblunted in a sentence

He had adapted himself to the manners of the town; but he still had a most nervous conscience, sharp, unblunted.
CAPE OF STORMSPERCIVAL POLLARD
Those of us who have any true sensitivity unblunted by the psycho-mechanistics of the era all share this distrust.
THE AMBASSADORSAMUEL KIMBALL MERWIN
His nose was long and straight, showing great refinement, and his chin unblunted by animal passions.
THE MEASURE OF A MANAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
And the nurse received him with a gratitude unblunted by her forty years' experience of similar babies.
THE BRENTONSANNA CHAPIN RAY
I lay down to sleep, and woke again with an unblunted sense of my surroundings.
IN THE SOUTH SEASROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Rabelais is the literary exponent of the earlier Renaissance, with its appetite for the good things of the world as yet unblunted.
A SHORT HISTORY OF FRENCH LITERATUREGEORGE SAINTSBURY
Kakunai jumped as if some one had thrust the unblunted end of a spear into his posteriors.
BAKEMONO YASHIKI (THE HAUNTED HOUSE)JAMES S. DE BENNEVILLE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO UNBLUNTED

  • aciculate
  • acuate
  • acuminate
  • acuminous
  • acute
  • apical
  • barbed
  • briery
  • cuspate
  • cuspidate
  • fine
  • gnawing
  • ground fine
  • honed
  • horned
  • jagged
  • keen
  • keen-edged
  • knife-edged
  • knifelike
  • lancinating
  • needle-pointed
  • needlelike
  • peaked
  • piercing
  • pointed
  • pointy
  • prickly
  • pronged
  • razor-sharp
  • salient
  • serrated
  • sharp-edged
  • shooting
  • spiked
  • spiky
  • spiny
  • splintery
  • stinging
  • tapered
  • tapering
  • thorny
  • tined
  • tipped
  • unblunted
  • whetted
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