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  • 141unfulfilled — a. Unaccomplished, unperformed, neglected, unobserved, unredeemed …

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  • 142natural — adj 1. genuine, real, authentic, honest, actual, unartificial, inartificial; unaltered, unmodified, unchanged, untouched, unaffected; pure, unmixed, uncombined; crude, raw, unrefined; wild, untamed, uncultivated. 2. native, inborn, inbred, innate …

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  • 143irredenta — ir•re•den•ta [[t]ˌɪr ɪˈdɛn tə[/t]] n. why a region under the political jurisdiction of one nation but related to another through cultural, historical, or ethnic ties • Etymology: 1910–15; < It (Italia) irredenta (Italy) unredeemed; see… …

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  • 144irredentist — ir•re•den•tist [[t]ˌɪr ɪˈdɛn tɪst[/t]] n. 1) why (usu. cap.) a member of an Italian association that became prominent in 1878, advocating the incorporation into Italy of certain neighboring regions having a primarily Italian population 2) why a… …

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  • 145pawnshop — /ˈpɔnʃɒp/ (say pawnshop) noun the shop of a pawnbroker where goods can be pawned and unredeemed articles are offered for sale …

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  • 146doomed — [adj] condemned, hopeless bedeviled, bewitched, convicted, cursed, cut down, damned, dead duck*, destroyed, done, done for*, fated, foreordained, ill fated, ill omened, in the cards*, kiss of death*, lost, luckless, menaced, overthrown,… …

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  • 147lost — [adj1] missing, off track absent, adrift, astray, at sea, cast away, disappeared, disoriented, down the drain*, fallen between cracks*, forfeit, forfeited, gone, gone astray, hidden, invisible, irrecoverable, irretrievable, irrevocable, kiss… …

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  • 148irredenta —   a. unredeemed ; applied to part of country under another s rule.    ♦ irredential, a.    ♦ irredentism, n. policy of attempting to recover such region to country that has lost it.    ♦ irredentist, n …

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  • 149Берроуз (Burroughs), Уильям [Сьюэрд] — (р. 5.П.1914, Сент Луис, Миссури)  прозаик.    Родился в обеспеченной семье, закончил Гарвардский университет (1936), изучал медицину в Вене. В 1942 г. служил в армии США. В 1945 г. женился, но в 50 е гг. стал вести образ жизни, несовместимый с… …

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  • 150irredentism — irredentist ► NOUN 1) a person advocating the restoration to their country of any territory formerly belonging to it. 2) historical (in 19th century Italian politics) an advocate of the return to Italy of all Italian speaking districts subject to …

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  • 151irredentist — ► NOUN 1) a person advocating the restoration to their country of any territory formerly belonging to it. 2) historical (in 19th century Italian politics) an advocate of the return to Italy of all Italian speaking districts subject to other… …

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  • 152irredentist — [ir΄i den′tist] n. [It irredentista < ( Italia) irredenta, unredeemed (Italy) < L in , not + redemptus: see REDEMPTION] 1. [usually I ] Historical any member of an Italian political party, organized in 1878, seeking to recover for Italy… …

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  • 153nature — [nā′chər] n. [OFr < L natura < natus, born, produced: see GENUS] 1. the essential character of a thing; quality or qualities that make something what it is; essence 2. inborn character; innate disposition; inherent tendencies of a person 3 …

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  • 154original sin — n. Christian Theol. the sin of disobedience committed by Adam and Eve, traditionally viewed as transmitted in its essential guilt and consequent penalties from Adam as head of the human race to all unredeemed humanity …

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  • 155Christian religion — noun a monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus as embodied in the New Testament and emphasizing the role of Jesus as savior • Syn: ↑Christianity • Derivationally related forms: ↑christian …

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  • 156doomed — I noun people who are destined to die soon (Freq. 1) the agony of the doomed was in his voice • Syn: ↑lost • Hypernyms: ↑people II adjective 1. marked fo …

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  • 157irredentist — n. a person, esp. in 19th c. Italy, advocating the restoration to his or her country of any territory formerly belonging to it. Derivatives: irredentism n. Etymology: It. irredentista f. (Italia) irredenta unredeemed (Italy) …

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  • 158old adam — noun Usage: usually capitalized A Etymology: after the Biblical Adam, the first man and first sinner : unregenerate man grant that the old Adam in this child may be so buried Book of Com. Prayer the old Adam in me … rises and asserts himself… …

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  • 159in a state of nature — phrasal 1. : naked as when born : nude 2. : in a condition of sin : unregenerate 3. : uncivilized, untamed * * * 1) in an uncivilized or uncultivated state 2) totally naked 3 …

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  • 160unredeemedly — adverb see unredeemed …

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