How To Use Undefended In A Sentence

  • So, did we therefore see a Champions League title go undefended?
  • But some things in her were mine the heavy, inexpressive brow, the readable brown eyes that could seem at times so undefended. SUMMER OF FEAR
  • varlet," named Bogis, who was lifted on the shoulders of his comrades, till he could climb in at an undefended window, where he drew up sixty more with ropes. Cameos from English History, from Rollo to Edward II
  • We don't know what they have already over there, and I don't want to leave this position undefended trying to take out a garrison station.
  • Although its harbour was left undefended, often causing shortages, the Goths could not capture Rome.
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  • Not realising that he was charged with a capital offence, the undefended Downey pleaded guilty.
  • The border is relatively undefended and unfenced, and in the past people could cross, but they took risks in doing so.
  • But only 66 properties, all of them currently undefended, were inundated after rivers and streams burst their banks.
  • In 1373, the sheriff of Somerset received licence "to fortify and crenellate his manse at Nunney", and his building down in an undefended valley seems to have had more of a picturesque than a strategic purpose. Country diary: Mendip, Somerset
  • My own conclusion, which I shall leave undefended here, is that such an investigation leads to the view that cases of moral luck are both inescapable and troubling.
  • Our balcony is usually closely linked and my neighbor's, only a symbolic suspicious cement block, a squat can be cross-over, we go home boss string West, sometimes through the undefended balcony.
  • Not realising that he was charged with a capital offence, the undefended Downey pleaded guilty.
  • And that which can begin to discourage is to begin to lose, and, therefore, he should guard against small combats and not permit them unless he can engage in them with the greatest advantages and certain hope of victory: he ought not to engage in guarding passes where he cannot employ all his army: he ought not to engage in guarding towns except those which, if lost, would of necessity cause his own ruin, and in those that he does guard so organize himself that if faced with the possibility of siege, he can with the guards and the army employ all his strength, and ought to leave the other places undefended: For whenever something is lost which is abandoned but the army remains intact, he neither loses reputation in the war nor the hope of winning it. Discourses
  • Two-thirds of the ramparts were undefended.
  • Satisfied that Saint-Esprit was undefended, the pilot came in across the lagoon and settled his floats into the calm water beside the pier. RUSHING TO PARADISE
  • The attack could render a significant portion of the military forces either undefended or non-operational leaving them in a highly vulnerable position.
  • These only have an Estate and defend it not; have subjects and govern them not; and yet their States because undefended, are not taken from them; nor their subjects, though not govern'd, care not, think not, neither are able to aliene themselves from them. Machiavelli, Volume I
  • And lest no one forget, the US Canada border is the longest undefended border in the world. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » It’s Not Over When it’s Over
  • Oh look, there it is, slap bang in the middle of that big empty room, totally undefended.
  • Given the high heritability of sideroxylonal and its effectiveness as a deterrent against vertebrate and invertebrate herbivores, it is surprising that undefended trees persist in the population.
  • Meanwhile, military satellites are completely undefended and vulnerable to attack.
  • The assault by Flemings in 1174 apparently went undefended and the city was sacked.
  • The Sea Beggars found it undefended as Spanish troops were in Utrecht putting down riots.
  • The Scandinavians actually found the city undefended, and entered it on 1 November 866.
  • As it was, he was caught in no-man's land as the Aberdeen striker lobbed the ball over him and into the undefended net.
  • This strategy not only emphasized the status of the paramount chief, but it also pushed the undefended villagers to the centre for protection in the event of an attack.
  • Undefended Buddhist monasteries, often containing valuable treasures, proved irresistible targets to raiders bent on booty in the name of holy war.
  • And a vulnerable nation was left undefended against an unspeakable threat.
  • You of all people should have known that we'd never leave my vessel undefended.
  • He was comprehensively floored by Smith and the ball squirted up into the grateful hands of Howe who had an undefended line 20 metres in front of him.
  • Buckeyes are dropping from the trees - watch out for the spiny ones - and squirrels bide their time, waiting for undefended focaccia crumbs to hit the ground.
  • On that date, Colonel James Montgomery took several companies of the regiment on a raid to the undefended and nearly deserted town of Darien.
  • Although the check has been blocked, the rook is completely undefended and the White queen can immediately capture this valuable piece.
  • Recently the jet stream has retreated northward, meteorologists say, leaving the field undefended against those intrusive southern storms.
  • I'll wait for you down here, "for she didn't want to go upstairs in front of him, showing her undefended back. LOST CHILDREN
  • Since they are wearing bug repellent they only have a very small few spots on their body that is left undefended and ripe for the picking, and these sweet spots can sometimes be pretty hard to get at.
  • She walks like a lady of promise and stature, alone and undefended on the street.
  • In korfball one may shoot at the korf when undefended, so you have got to move like heck to get open.
  • There was no effective communication system within the stadium, and the police proved unable to prevent illegal entry across undefended fencing.
  • The agency has told Harrogate Council that the 11-acre site beside the River Ure is within an undefended area and the risk of flooding is unacceptable.
  • Black still has the pin against the undefended rook on h1, so it becomes a question of whether Black can defend his knight more times than White can attack it.
  • To place something else at the center may arouse fears that superstition and non-scientific ideas will attack an undefended citadel of science.
  • Harry felt scared to see him walking along, undefended, shieldless; he wanted to cry out a warning, but his headless guard kept shunting him backwards towards the wall, blocking his every attempt to gel out from behind it. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • He takes effective aim at those who sacralize the genome, or claim a ‘right’ to an unaltered genome, or base opposition to particular practices on intuitive feelings of repugnance or on undefended claims about what it means to be human.
  • Close to two typical Cornish settlements enclosed by ditches and banks known as ‘rounds’, this one was apparently undefended.
  • It is the world's longest undefended frontier.

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