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Use "unkilled" in a sentence
"It may be too late for one's own redemption (a strict reading of the New Testament suggests it's never too late even for that), but it's certainly never too late for the sake of the world and of those who remain unkilled."
"But he had seen times of plenty, too, when the meat spoiled on their hands, and the dogs were fat and worthless with overeating -- times when they let the game go unkilled, and the women were fertile, and the lodges were cluttered with sprawling men-children and women-children."
"Not quite true: he guards monsters bound beneath the earth, monsters unkilled by gods and heroes."