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We need an awakening to the untapped power and possibilities of human nature.
THEISM OR ATHEISMCHAPMAN COHEN
"I will show you," he said, and taking with him a gouge and ax, he approached a maple still untapped.
THE MAN FROM GLENGARRYRALPH CONNOR
Taking each a bundle of spiles and an ax, the boys set out for the part of the sugar bush as yet untapped, and began their work.
THE MAN FROM GLENGARRYRALPH CONNOR
They use the Ultimate Energy known to exist for six hundred years, and still untapped by us.
THE LAST EVOLUTIONJOHN WOOD CAMPBELL
That smile carried a live consciousness of untapped power, of the record he and his comrades had made.
GOLDEN LADSARTHUR GLEASON AND HELEN HAYES GLEASON
I wouldn't for all the world the monster should go away untapped.'
THE UNCOLLECTED WRITINGS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY, VOL. 2THOMAS DE QUINCEY
Yet a torturing surmise sometimes haunts me: may not untapped soul possibilities exist?
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
There you have it—roommate-ware for homeless people, a great and untapped market.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
But our greatest untapped markets are not overseas--they are right here at home.
COMPLETE STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESSES FROM 1790 TO 2006VARIOUS
Fortunately, if zoological warfare is to become an accomplished fact, the British Empire has great untapped resources.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 147, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO UNTAPPED

  • first
  • fresh
  • idle
  • immaculate
  • initial
  • innocent
  • intact
  • modest
  • natural
  • new
  • original
  • primeval
  • pristine
  • pure
  • spotless
  • uncorrupted
  • undefiled
  • undisturbed
  • unmarred
  • unspoiled
  • unsullied
  • untapped
  • untested
  • untouched
  • untried
  • vestal
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