- a not grieved for; causing no mourning
interred in an unlamented grave
- Johnny Solon, an unlamented mixologist at the old Waldorf bar, diluted the basic gin and vermouth with orange juice and called it a Bronxa cheerless drink now well on its way to .
- Bush coddled both Karzai and Pakistan's late, unlamented dictator Pervez Musharraf--both of whom allowed activities that resulted in the deaths of American troops.
- That barbarian is now unlamented dust.
- Tom Lantos in MSNBC
You remind me of the late, unlamented secretary general of the United Nations, Kurt Waldheim, who also had a lapse of memory. He conveniently forgot several years when he was a Nazi,said Lantos, a Hungarian Jewish Ã©migrÃ©.