unfelt

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From un- +‎ felt.

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unfelt (comparative more unfelt, superlative most unfelt)

  1. Not felt or experienced; without feeling or sensing.
    • 1899, Dante Gabriel Rossetti (transl.), The New Life (La Vita Nuova) of Dante Alighieri, Siddall edition, page 104.
      I felt a spirit of love begin to stir
      Within my heart, long time unfelt till then;
  2. Insincere.

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