Every thing around them smiled, and their yet unwithered hopes were alive to every delightful impression.
To be most satisfactory, endive should be bought when it is fresh and unwithered and kept until used in a cool, damp place.
She should find them all dewy and unwithered in her bridal crown.
His child could there grow up, unwithered by the associations of her mother's disgrace.
The largest of the trees, though scorched about the base, still stood with unwithered foliage, little harmed by the fire.
There the air was fragrant with the scent of a sprig of honeysuckle that lay yet unwithered in the window.
The luxury of such a reproof was too dear to Mrs. Neff's unwithered heart to be neglected.
1530s, alteration of Middle English wydderen "dry up, shrivel" (c.1300), apparently a differentiated and special use of wederen "to expose to weather" (see weather). Cf. German verwittern "to become weather-beaten," from Witter "weather."