Adjective(1) marked by continuous or uninterrupted extension in space or time or sequence(2) not subdued or trained for service or use(3) (of farmland(4) (especially of promises or contracts(5) not broken; whole and intact; in one piece
(1) The ceiling remains a relatively unbroken expanse of acoustical tile, which was selected for its high and uniform absorptive properties across a broad frequency spectrum.(2) The Hoveringham has one long unbroken hold before a stern mast and small wheelhouse at the stern.(3) A stand-up ride on an unbroken wave is the ultimate goal for the beginner.(4) The streets are full of dilapidated vehicles, and a ride in a taxi with an unbroken windscreen is indeed a luxury.(5) He had found several unbroken antique glass insulators which were hot items right now among the cityfolk who collected all sorts of strange things.(6) Some very gentle grooming with a soft baby brush may help too, as long as the skin is unbroken .(7) Weathermen remember that Kochi received 25 cm of rain on that day, which is still an unbroken record.(8) The endless plains continued unbroken and unaffected by political boundaries.(9) Since the 1840s there has been an unbroken link between horses and Victoria's Bogong High Plains.(10) The weather was now becoming more appropriate to California, with mostly unbroken sunshine, but even so a ride of more than a few days requires quite a bit of planning ahead.(11) Your best shoe choices create an unbroken line from hem to toe with minimal material that complements - rather than competes with - your pants.(12) But I was very thrilled he won because of course we'd had him from four, when he was unbroken , until 12.(13) The record was unbroken for half a century until the early 1980s.(14) What is unique about the Wren in Dingle is that it has continued as an unbroken tradition, under-going changes with the years, but never dying out or being changed in the way associated with conscious revivals.(15) Justice Felix Frankfurter in 1952 called it ├ö├ç├┐a systematic, unbroken executive practice, long pursued to the knowledge of Congress and never before questioned├ö├ç├û.(16) The horses were unbroken yearlings and to handle them in such a manner would indicate that whoever was involved had confidence in doing what they did, he said.
1. undamaged ::
heb eu difrodi
2. untamed ::
3. uninterrupted ::
4. unbeaten ::
5. kept ::
6. unplowed ::
1. discontinuous ::
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