unchastised


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This is that ancient doctrine of Nemesis, who keeps watch in the universe and lets no offence go unchastised.
However, "terrorism" did not escape unchastised at the 2005 UN summit.
On the flight, little Tarquin won't spend six hours flicking spaghetti at the back of your holiday haircut while kicking the back of your chair, unchastised by his parents who are relaxing with a glass of vino.