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meant

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verb
  1. simple past tense and past participle of mean1.
Related formshalf-meant, adjectiveun·meant, adjective
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Examples from the Web for unmeant

Historical Examples

  • A hot blush at his own unmeant impertinence thrills him from head to foot.

    Molly Bawn

    Margaret Wolfe Hamilton

  • "She is insensible," was the reply—a reply of unmeant cruelty.

    Overland

    John William De Forest

  • There was another day of strife, another fight to be waged, one that could not be unmeant or unconscious.

    Second String

    Anthony Hope

  • There came a climax when she tried to jump out of a window, and he had to save her by some perfunctary, unmeant wooing.

  • You get some ladies together and badger them into all sorts of thoughtless, unmeant admissions and call that testimony!

    In the Onyx Lobby

    Carolyn Wells


British Dictionary definitions for unmeant

unmeant

adjective
  1. unintentional; accidental

meant

verb
  1. the past tense and past participle of mean 1
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Word Origin and History for unmeant

meant

past participle of mean (v.).

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