unlamented

[ UK /ʌnlɐmˈɛntɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not grieved for; causing no mourning
    interred in an unlamented grave
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How To Use unlamented In A Sentence

  • And having left the Broncos a couple of seasons back, next year he is returning to the Broncos, and his departure will be unlamented in Roosters territory.
  • Nay," declared a dumpy figure with big ears and the frenzied face of a maniacal toadfish, "we must work together to defeat the likes of the late and unlamented Susnam Evyndd, may his pure and noble soul lie corrupted and befouled forever. Kingdoms of Light
  • Usually when I make this observation, I'm thinking of, say, Britain's late unlamented nationalized car industry.
  • Just when you thought that it was safe to start reading the sports pages again, up pops Chippenham Town's erstwhile and unlamented manager, Tommy Saunders, to give us more pearls of wisdom.
  • If Mr. Marshall thinks that the current display of beastliness is oppressive, he should consider what the reaction of the Israeli Government would be toward the Palestinian terrorists if the late and unlamented dictator of Syria, Hafaz Assad was the prime minister. Matthew Yglesias » Does The Middle East Matter?
  • Instead, this is a charming memoir of a Caribbean childhood, a celebration of the good things in life, and a gentle dig at a set of values that are long gone and unlamented.
  • The late, unlamented 20th Century, the Century of Nanking, of Auschwitz, of the Somme and the Berlin Wall is gone, finished,
  • I keep 20 + years of The Beaver back issues, nine years of the late, unlamented Frank, and am growing collections of British Columbia Magazine, Collectible Automobile and Canadian Geographic.
  • Nothing wrong with that, says Lord Donaldson, the former chairman of the Tories’ late unlamented national industrial relations court.
  • I almost fancy I hear a ghostly mocking chuckle from the late and unlamented Stanley Wardley.
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