- past participle of tear2.
Examples from the Web for untorn
Historical Examples of untorn
Upon the railing was tacked a second flag—this one new and untorn.Virginia of Elk Creek Valley
Mary Ellen Chase
And yet, he himself was not untorn by that which shook the man for whom his affection had grown year by year.The Shuttle
Frances Hodgson Burnett
The8 film actress sensed the same competent strength in the brown, untorn hand that assisted her to rise to her feet.Steve Yeager
William MacLeod Raine
It was demanded from them, for instance, that they should have untorn clothes—but from whence were they to get them?The Son of a Servant
He put the letter back in the untorn envelope and carefully fastened it up again.The Limit
- the past participle of tear 1 (def. 2)
- that's torn it British slang an unexpected event or circumstance has upset one's plans
- split or cut
- divided or undecided, as in preferencehe was torn between staying and leaving
past participle of tear (v.); from Old English getoren.