Definition of "unweary" [un•wea•ry]

  • Not weary. (adjective)

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Use "unweary" in a sentence
  • "To the man who is weary it leadeth him to get up and go onward, and to the man unweary it burdeneth him into sleep."
  • ""From the drinker it taketh away strength," I mocked, "and to the man unweary it burdeneth him into sleep.""
  • "Infection; Misfortunes may be catching as well as Sickness; leave me alone to my Sighs and Tears; stay not at all, lest my unweary Tongue pronounce your Ruin; leave me, I say, that I may gently expire without the Agony of seeing you undone."
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