not wept for; unmourned: an unwept loss.
not wept or shed, as tears.
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How to use unwept in a sentence
A mist of cold and muffling grey Falls, fold by fold, on another day That dies unwept.The Burning Wheel | Aldous Huxley
Years passed and Donovan Ryan went down to a drunkard's grave unwept and unhonoured.For John's Sake | Annie Frances Perram
An implicit confidence in enemies like these was one of the amiable "crimes" for which "Sarmatia fell unwept."
If my father's friend has died in misery, unpitied and unwept, forsaken by all, do I not share the guilt of ingratitude?Cord and Creese | James de Mille
The martyr who discovered that virtue is its own reward, died unwept, unhonoured, unsung.The Paliser case | Edgar Saltus
British Dictionary definitions for unwept
not wept for or lamented
rare (of tears) not shed
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