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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunpunishedun‧pun‧ished /ʌnˈpʌnɪʃt/ adjective   go unpunished
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unpunishedIt looked a harsh decision, especially when the referee allowed late tackles to go unpunished.Of course, when it comes to oligarchies and bureaucracies, no good deed goes unpunished.So far their offence has gone unpunished.The problem therefore arises of achieving this enviable state and yet ensuring that sinners do not go unpunished.Your pride won't go unpunished.Numerous violations of constitutional rights went unpunished during the thirties.
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