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unturned

/ ʌnˈtɜːnd /

adjective

  1. not turned

    unturned pages



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Idioms and Phrases

see leave no stone unturned .

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Example Sentences

Novellas, movies, rants, columns, docudramas—creative lefties left no outlet unturned.

Hey, the president is leaving no stone unturned in the hunt for votes.

Staffers are making sure no stone is unturned on the potential list of questions that can be asked.

Nazism left no stone unturned to bring about the ruination of Germany.

One thing's for certain: Team Obama will leave no demographic stone unturned.

The League leave no stone unturned in their efforts to substitute the Irish for the English language.

The Nationalists have left no stone unturned in their efforts to prove that the northern Protestants are disloyal.

In short, they did not leave a stone unturned to recover poor Connie; but, alas!

Beatrice would have it, however, that she was still alive, and would leave no stone unturned to find her.

Thorir of Gard now heard where Grettir had taken up his abode and meant to leave no stone unturned to get him slain.

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