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untended

/ʌnˈtɛndɪd/
adjective
1.
not cared for or attended to
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  • As in an untended garden overgrown with grass a single rose or lily will bloom, so in this house Kunda Nandini lived alone.

    The Poison Tree Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
  • Occasionally they secured the controls and allowed the plane to fly on, untended.

    Lords of the Stratosphere Arthur J. Burks
  • Throughout the whole region the year 1913 seems to have been a most kindly one for the untended, uncared for baby-trees.

    The Lake of the Sky George Wharton James
  • Apparently he had supposed that the camel lying in the road was untended.

    Barclay of the Guides Herbert Strang
  • Upon our arrival, its sprouting fields of late wheat and oats were untended and bearing their first harvest of shell craters.

  • In the garden withered the rose and the lily, untended and unplucked.

    The Unknown Quantity Henry van Dyke
  • The cow-shed was filthy, the pain severe, he wondered how long he was to lie there alone, and untended.

    With our Fighting Men William E. Sellers
  • The turtles remain, for the fifty-six hours that follow, helpless and untended.

    A Trip to Cuba Julia Ward Howe
  • His eyes were bright with fever, and his untended beard and straggling hair heightened the wildness of his aspect.

    Count Hannibal Stanley J. Weyman
  • The area bordering the ditch had been left wild, a barrier of vines, brush, untended trees.

    West Of The Sun Edgar Pangborn

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