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Definition of "unwont" [un•wont]

  • Unwonted; unused; unaccustomed (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "unwont" in a sentence
  • "But she laughed, and turning a little, pointed to the castle, and said: Nay, sweet lords, but I will fare afoot, such a little way as it is, and I all unwont to the saddle."
  • ""I knew what you was after," said the redbeard, unwont-edly low, "but I'd stopped thinking you'd ever find it.""
  • "I am unwont to praise when praise is not merited; and I here most unavowedly express my firm opinion and conviction, that no troops in any battle on record ever behaved more nobly; – British and native, no distinction; cavalry, all vying with H. M.'s 16th Lancers, and striving to head in the repeated charges."