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Use "unanalysed" in a sentence
"This means that they express an unanalysed complex of ideas by the mere modification of a word; whereas in English, for example, we use prepositions and auxiliary verbs to drag into the open the whole bundle of ideas involved."
"And, although these chunks appear, superficially to “have grammar”, they are unanalysed."
"Then all had been whimpering, unanalysed, self-nourishing, self-consuming dismay."