from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not bought; unpurchased.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not bought; obtained without money or purchase.
- Unsold; without a purchaser: as, an unbought stock of books.
- Not bought over; unbribed.
"unbought" and vote in the "public interest" for the Volcker reform and regulatory proposals or they will be out in the cold next elections.
It was a strange hybrid of sex and mysticism, and it came and went unnoticed and unbought.
As much as the corporate party structure has fought it, Coloradans have a unique chance this year to elect a smart, unbought senator not beholden to corporate money, and able to articulate issues to the grassroots, not from the distant position of a privileged elite.
Ms. Merkel does not, perhaps because mere talk of such a step has already raised Germany's borrowing costs and left portions of a recent offer of two-year bonds unbought, because it might violate the German constitution, and because it is, she says, "illegal" under the Lisbon Treaty.
“This is an unbought victory,” he proclaimed, “and ten times as valuable on that account.”
I have the power to decide which books will survive into the next decade, the next century, and which will be left unbought and tossed onto the scrapheap of mediocrity forgotten.
More importantly, Obama does not owe these superdelegates he is unbought by the powers that be and not beholdent to their machinations.
There are powerful interests that fear an independent, unbought candidate like Obama, and these interests most assuredly back both McCain and the Clintons.
The hedgehogs and goldfish will mope around the store all lonely and unbought.
Neither library will accept her check (which would make them parties to the crime), so some other books will now go unbought at the same time It's Perfectly Normal sells three more copies.
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