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Use "unhatched" in a sentence
"Walser, a typical 19th century white male, is unwilling to consider an egalitarian relationship with a woman, and the possibility of his own vulnerability doesn't even occur to him--as Carter tells us, Walser is 'unhatched', a man who's experienced much but who hasn't allowed any of his experiences to truly affect him."
"There were bones from a wide assortment of creatures that we could not identify, and there was a clutch of what looked like unhatched eggs."
"Do you have a point aside from gloating 9 months before the election about your unhatched victory?"