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Sign Up Now! This means that life is unfair and people can do or try to do good things and still end up in a lot of trouble.
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Idiom Statistics Public definitions: 3, Members' definitions: 3, Total definitions: 7, I tremble for the cause of humanity, in the unpunished outrages of the most wicked of mankind. But give me your right hands, and your honour, that the adulterer shall not come off unpunished.
A doubtful tradition reports that he became an Atheist after being the victim of an unpunished perjury. But all this did not satisfy Anne whilst Katharine and Mary remained recalcitrant and unpunished for the same offence.
http://gatsbyconstruction.co.uk/asuntos-con-raz-buscando-mas.php Colloquial meaning "to inflict heavy damage or loss" is first recorded , originally in boxing. Related: Punished ; punishing. Nearby words pungency , pungent , pungently , punic , punic wars , punish , punishable , punisher , punishing , punishment , punition.
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Synonym study 1. Punish, correct, discipline refer to making evident public or private disapproval of violations of law, wrongdoing, or refusal to obey rules or regulations by imposing penalties.