unrepined

repine

[ri-pahyn]
verb (used without object), repined, repining.
to be fretfully discontented; fret; complain.

Origin:
1520–30; re- + pine2

repiner, noun
unrepined, adjective
unrepining, adjective
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repine (rɪˈpaɪn)
 
vb
(intr) to be fretful or low-spirited through discontent
 
[C16: from re- + pine²]

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repine
1449, probably from re-, intensive prefix, + pine (v.) "yearn."
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