Definition of 'unturned'
Example sentences containing 'unturned'
The Sun (2007)
The courtiers and the advisers left no stone unturned to ensure protocol was followed and dignity maintained.Times, Sunday Times (2012) Times, Sunday Times (2011) The Sun (2015) The Sun (2008) Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The health department is leaving no stone unturned in its search for profligacy that could be trimmed.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Leaving no stone unturned in your quest for success will ensure you have more than a fighting chance.The Sun (2015)
We will leave no stone unturned.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He left no theological stone unturned.Paul VI - The First Modern Pope (1993)
We have left no stone unturned in getting the Evoque just right.The Sun (2011)
The secret to writing a convincing party manifesto is to make it look as if you have left no stone unturned in making your policies.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He left no stone unturned in trying to thwart the man he might once have regarded as the perfect son-in-law.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
No stone was left unturned.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
If you let a big cat out of the bag, your former employer may leave no stone unturned to make you pay.The Guide to Greatness in Sales (1994)
We have left no stone unturned in our search for waste and we have found substantial savings across admin budgets and back-office staff.The Sun (2010)
We remain hopeful, and as long as we have that hope we will continue to make determined efforts to leave no stone unturned.The Sun (2007)
Still, he has a year to use and will not leave any stone unturned as he seeks to make the most of it.Times, Sunday Times (2009) Times, Sunday Times (2015) The Sun (2011)
He added: 'It shows that the gaffer is not going to leave any stone unturned to make us a better club and a better bunch of individuals.The Sun (2006)
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