unblessed

[ UK /ʌnblˈɛst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not provided with something desirable
    a hovel unblessed with electricity or running water
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How To Use unblessed In A Sentence

  • Let me care for Hester in my own way so long as I do no sin and harm no one; and be you father to us, and bless us who else must go unblessed. The Kempton-Wace Letters
  • Computer disks and skimpy tight female clothing, the demonic symbols of unblessed sexuality and perverted science, Allah's fires rise up and crush the wickedness, a blazing cleansing heat.
  • So, we live in a perfect world: blessed people are happy and "unblessed" people are happily punished. Planet Atheism
  • The table holding huge containers of water collapsed with a huge crash, and some of the containers started pouring unblessed water onto the wooden floor and altars.
  • The Synod will not lift a claw to defend an unblessed planet.
  • If a group believes that God has chosen their people, then outsiders are not only unblessed but also very different from that group.
  • The racist and elitist roots of gun control are never better depicted by Mayors Daley and Bloomberg strutting along with their security details while generally non-white and economically unblessed citizens make up the majority of the non-criminal bodycount. The Volokh Conspiracy » “He Grabbed a Rifle, Held It Up, and Looked Right at Me.”
  • “Celeste, you must have faith in me until I can further prove to you who I am, but it is not safe for you or your aunt that we tarry outside of an unblessed structure.” Surrender the Dark
  • a hovel unblessed with electricity or running water
  • A life among the Vis Sestani might be better than any baby of hers would have in a village—especially if, like Aubry, her next child was born of an unblessed bed. THE RIVER KINGS’ ROAD
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