VERB
  1. cause to lose one's nerve
    an unmanning experience
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How To Use unman In A Sentence

  • The police blocked off the street where the gunman was hiding.
  • They show high numbers of breeding waders in contrast to unmanaged unkeepered moors, which had very low numbers.
  • The gunman was finally overpowered by three security guards.
  • It has an untamed feel, having been largely unmanaged for many decades and it's littered with old wood and falling trees, a perfect habitat for these invisible workers.
  • He was being driven to work one October morning in his luxury vehicle when he was cut down by a gunman.
  • Why he should choose to express that interval by fifty, rather than by fifty-two, weeks, may be surmised in two ways: first, because the latter phrase would be unpoetical and unmanageable; and, secondly, because he might fancy that the week of the Pagan Theseus would be more appropriately represented by a lunar quarter than by a Jewish hebdomad. Notes and Queries, Number 72, March 15, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
  • The class was held hostage by a hooded gunman.
  • It is the unmanaged Nature that stressed our developing beings to make us strong, that provided not only physical sustenance but the avenues for both love and loss: the genesis of human compassion.
  • Missions for unmanned vehicles will gravitate toward those compatible with their primary strengths - persistence, expendability and stealth.
  • The first Humphrey’s latitu-dinous baver with puggaree behind, (calaboose belong bigboss belong Kang the Toll) his fourinhand bow, his elbaroom surtout, the refaced unmansionables of gingerine hue, the state slate umbrella, his gruff woolselywellesly with the finndrinn knopfs and the gauntlet upon the hand which in an hour not for him solely evil had struck down the might he mighthavebeen d’Est-erre of whom his nation seemed almost already to be about to have need. Finnegans Wake
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