Though the buildings were speedily in flames, the defence was continued, and it remained throughout the day uncaptured.
Elusive though she be, her lover must not leave her uncaptured.
If he could pass the day uncaptured he might at night be able to free the car of its imprisoning mud and make his escape.
His independence is but little better than that of an uncaptured brute.
The first of these was that long siege which ruined Athens and left Syracuse uncaptured.
According to his information, there remained but one uncaptured of the British whalers which centered around the islands.
He was rather tired with writing, and had a mind to snare some of the yet uncaptured flock of her sympathies.
Once her rope rose, sailed forward and then dropped slack to the ground, the pony cantering on ahead undisturbed, and uncaptured.
Julian had loved her for her elusiveness, and the uncaptured does not yield readily to any appeal from the hunter.
If the place is uncaptured to-morrow morning, and your wires have gone right, the chief danger on this side will be past.
1795, from capture (n.); in chess, checkers, etc., 1820. Related: Captured; capturing. Earlier verb in this sense was captive (early 15c.).
capture cap·ture (kāp'chər)
The act of catching, taking, or holding a particle or impulse.