unsad


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Unsad \Un*sad"\, a. [AS. uns[ae]d unsated, insatiable. See Un-
   not, and Sad.]
   Unsteady; fickle. [Obs.]
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         O, stormy people, unsad and ever untrue. --Chaucer.
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