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unblenched

[ uhn-blencht ]
/ ʌnˈblɛntʃt /
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adjective Archaic.
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Origin of unblenched

First recorded in 1625–35; un-1 + blench1 + -ed2
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How to use unblenched in a sentence

  • What heart unblenched can dare to meet this day, A day of darkness and of dire dismay?

    The Poetry of Wales|John Jenkins
  • He sat there unblenched and apparently unmoved, though it was plain that he was intensely watchful and ready.

    The Prairie Chief|R.M. Ballantyne
  • It can gaze unblenched and unamazed into the awful face of evil.

British Dictionary definitions for unblenched

unblenched
/ (ʌnˈblɛntʃt) /

adjective
obsolete undismayed

Word Origin for unblenched

C17: from un- 1 + blench 1
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