"Well, there goes the greatest scoundrel that ever was unhung," he muttered to himself.
Now do you think this unhung scoundrel has any inkling of our errand?
No collie judge, unhung, could have detected the bar-sinister.
There were rugs, hangings and paintings in profusion, many of them as yet unhung.
It must have reminded her of some unhung scoundrel she's met with in the course of her career, and she took it out of me.
"It's an unhung gang of bloody cutthroats the old man's got ashore," remarked Old Pete.
All our doors have been unhung and planed two or three times.
He shewed me his house, which is yet all unhung, but will be a very noble house indeed.
On the 6th, warped in and unhung her rudder, sent it on shore, and found that all the lower pentles were broken off.
She led the way into the hall, unhung a hat and put it on, and preceded Penelope to the door.
past tense of hang; meaning "having impressive male genitals" is from 1640s; of a jury, "unable to agree," 1838, American English. Hung-over (also hungover) in the drinking sense is from 1950 (see hangover); hung-up "obsessed" is from 1961.