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Though the property is transferred by the sale, promises or obligations may still be unperformed by the seller.
But he had another task to perform before he went to bed, which he would fain have kept unperformed were it possible to do so.
Unperformed, un-per-formd′, adj. not performed or fulfilled: not represented on the stage.
Therefore many a vow and promise may be lawfully unperformed, which may not be renounced or disclaimed.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORYBAXTER RICHARD
And now the unperformed outstanding obligations to Freedom, originally proposed and assumed by the South, are resisted.
My friends, eloquent unperformed speech, in Parliament or elsewhere, is horrible!
LATTER-DAY PAMPHLETSTHOMAS CARLYLE
Why, Billy was there alone, in the halfway house—and Billy's duty was still unperformed.
JANET OF THE DUNESHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
One should never allow these daily exercises to go unperformed on the pretext of lack of time.
This important duty was seldom left unperformed even for a day, except during fierce gales.
SUBMARINE WARFARE OF TO-DAYCHARLES W. DOMVILLE-FIFE
The boy took two or three steps toward obeying, then, as if remembering some duty unperformed, turned and came back.
CULM ROCKGLANCE GAYLORD

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pulchritudinousadjective | [puhl-kri-tood-n-uhs, -tyood- ]SEE DEFINITION