One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not searched or scrutinized; uninvestigated. In later use often in negative contexts with connotations of intrusiveness; compare to pry into ——.
Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Christopher Harvey (1597–1663), Church of England clergyman and poet. From un- + pry + -ed + into, after to pry into ——.
unpried into/(ˌ)ʌnˈprʌɪd ˌɪntuː/
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