unpunished

[ US /ənˈpənɪʃt/ ]
[ UK /ʌnpˈʌnɪʃt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not punished
    would he forget the crime and let it go unpunished?
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How To Use unpunished In A Sentence

  • It has constantly surprised me how this always goes unpunished. Times, Sunday Times
  • It warns that the abuse was only made possible'because perpetrators expected their actions to go unpunished'. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's not hard to trace her retreat into the heroin haze from this event, which apparently went unrevealed and unpunished.
  • Strangely, especially with what was to follow, referee Mark Clattenburg saw it but let the offence go unpunished.
  • A drunkard twice found lying on the ground walked from court unpunished, after magistrates said they had little choice.
  • No good deed will go unpunished. Times, Sunday Times
  • They simply need to tell us, and they will go unpunished. Times, Sunday Times
  • The offence went unpunished and possession was lost and in the race to get back Nick Carter made a desperate tackle and was sin-binned.
  • The offence went unpunished and possession was lost and in the race to get back Nick Carter made a desperate tackle and was sin-binned.
  • These figures give us the paint-by-numbers picture of a systematic, organized bank mortgage racket that enriched the banks, robbed the public of its wealth and is now going unpunished. Richard (RJ) Eskow: Justice by the Numbers: Chasing Immigrants While Bank Criminals Go Free
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