unredeemed

[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪdˈiːmd/ ]
[ US /ˌənɹiˈdimd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. in danger of the eternal punishment of Hell
    poor damned souls
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How To Use unredeemed In A Sentence

  • I am afflicted with a proclivity for self-criticism whereby every blemish is revealed in all its unredeemed ugliness.
  • June 19 -- It is unofficially reported from Rome that the Italian army now occupies 10,000 square kilometers of "unredeemed" territory, or more than twice as much as Austria offered to Italy for remaining neutral. New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 5, August, 1915
  • The image of the unredeemed sinner kept from falling into hell only by the hand of God was a perfect summary of Calvinist soteriology.
  • We want to see our unredeemed failures writ large as much as we want to live vicariously the Hollywood-style success that the movie tickets we keep buying at any cost make possible.
  • That amendment will introduce some flexibility into the disposal of unredeemed goods, while not unduly placing at risk consumers' interests in achieving a fair price for their goods.
  • However, the often tortuous story of Brown's unredeemed promise is not only a tale of judicial retreat and white flight.
  • There have been more wicked kings in English history, but none so unredeemed by any signal greatness or virtue.
  • In this film, death rules supreme, with the plot simply tracing an endless cycle of annihilation, utterly unredeemed by any intent or outcome.
  • And of that, about 5 percent to 7 percent go unredeemed and unclaimed each year, said Bruce Bower, the CEO of Plastic Jungle.
  • The value of unredeemed frequent flyer miles (subscription required) now exceeds all the printed US dollars in circulation.
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