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Each uncompounded verb has its participles, when irregular, placed after it.
And the uncompounded may be assumed to be the same and unchanging, whereas the compound is always changing and never the same.
PHAEDOPLATO
And this I have experimented in a dark room by illuminating those bodies with uncompounded light of divers colors.
Marathi changes s to ś before palatal sounds, and the same change occurs in Bengali in the case of every uncompounded sibilant.
When a word ends in a preceded by a single uncompounded consonant, the a is not pronounced; thus, kisȃna, sounded kisȃn.
They are what may be termed the numerals proper—the native, uncompounded words used to signify number.
THE NUMBER CONCEPTLEVI LEONARD CONANT
We have in gambling a crime standing alone—dark, malignant, uncompounded wickedness!
GAMBLERS AND GAMBLINGHENRY WARD BEECHER
The most exalted of human intelligences cannot form one mental phantasm uncompounded of this visible world.
Every sensation is uncompounded, containing nothing but one uniform appearance, not being distinguishable into different ideas.
Therefore we may set it down as the uncompounded result of natural selection.
ANIMAL INTELLIGENCEGEORGE J. ROMANES

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