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Use "unattempted" in a sentence
"People will be looking, instead, at what could have been done about obvious problems [with seemingly obvious, but as yet unattempted, solutions] and asking why we've seen such a limited, uncoordinated response to so serious a crisis."
"Democracy, that dangerous, paradoxical and mostly unattempted ideal, sees that the self is insufficient, dependent for definition on otherness, and chooses not only to accept that but to celebrate it, to stake everything on it."
"“Now, Heaven send his lordship may have judiciously considered all the risks which he is sure to encounter on this charmed ground, and resolved to leave his adventure unattempted,” said Miss Mowbray."