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unbroke

[uhn-brohk] /ʌnˈbroʊk/
adjective, Obsolete.
1.
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  • She was also the executive producer and host of an ABC primetime special, unbroke: What You Need to Know about Money.

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Historical Examples
  • An' since we ondertook ter make ther truce and ter hold it unbroke, hit's done stood unbroke!

    The Roof Tree Charles Neville Buck
  • "You got a stride like a unbroke yearlin'," said; Cheyenne, as Bartley unconsciously drew ahead.

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    Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • He was a black Andalusian stallion of great power and strength, but he was unbroke, savage, and furious.

  • An old grizzled Westerner remarked to Hutter: "Wall, she's shore an unbroke filly."

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