unconsummated

/ (ʌnˈkɒnsəˌmeɪtɪd) /

adjective

(of a marriage, relationship, etc) not having been consummated

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Example sentences from the Web for unconsummated

  • Unconsummated love affairs are perhaps the most poignant and most remembered of all,” Campion argues.

  • The lovers, now that in an aery body they must sorrow for unconsummated love, are 'tangled up as the grass patterns are tangled.'

  • They came waking and crowding to fill out the measure of his unconsummated passion, and they had all one face and one likeness.

    The Lovely Lady|Mary Austin
  • Loving each other as men and women love but once in a lifetime, their love was destined to be for ever unconsummated.

    The Hermit of Far End|Margaret Pedler