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The rifle-fire kept on undiminished while Carver led his men in short dashes along the edge of the bush to the same spot.
THE ARGUS PHEASANTJOHN CHARLES BEECHAM
It will do its undiminished work as long as the rains fall and the snows melt.
The money help had set him at ease, and he could now laugh when, on counting the coin in the drawer, he found it undiminished.
THE RED CITYS. WEIR MITCHELL
Now seeing the reptiles themselves their wonder was undiminished, with no clearer comprehension of why they were thus congregated.
THE VEE-BOERSMAYNE REID
Down to the sixth century it remained in its beauty undiminished, and little decayed.
He had a great plan for that, which of course he told her too, a bequest of money to keep it up in undiminished state.
It persevered with undiminished ardour; but the Cricket took first fiddle, and kept it.
The storm raged with undiminished violence, and a quarter of an hour after I had mounted my horse I was benumbed and powerless.
The high wind, which was still blowing with undiminished force, had blown down a huge tree.
Those leaves gave Emmie a feeling of shame whenever her glance chanced to fall on the almost undiminished packet.
THE HAUNTED ROOMA. L. O. E.

WORDS RELATED TO UNDIMINISHED

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