- un- + debated (Wiktionary)
“One had to conclude that something is wrong with the system by which government constructs boards when an issue of this importance goes for all practical purposes undebated.”
“Why should we leave unchallenged and undebated a practice so horrific that words alone fail to describe it?”
“In a recent New York Timesop-ed headlined “The Wars that America Forgot About,” former NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw asked the obvious question: Why, in an otherwise contentious political season, have our wars gone so utterly undebated?”
“Largely unnoticed and undebated are the ways in which the bill could further expand the ambit of the plaintiffs 'bar.”
“Shoved into a 1,400-page bill passed in a panic, the plan went largely undebated.”
“He goes on to talk about the Pentagon's ongoing, undebated plans not only to keep bleeding our treasury in Iraq (and, I would add, Afghanistan), but also to keep spending billions to design and build Cold War-era weapons "that lack not only a current military need but even a plausible use in any foreseeable future.”
“Surreptitiously inserted into the vast and sprawling 2005 Serious Organised Crime and Police Act, they were undebated in either chamber of parliament.”
“With undebated orders carried to the electronic troops at the speed of fiber-optic light, irrefutable binary-coded logic behind them, actions were carried out in perfect synchronicity across the globe and those born of flesh stood no chance against the onslaught.”
“In the present situation, acting because "we gotta do something, now", legislating a plan that is largely unread, undebated, unpriced, and not understood, might be just about the most dangerous path the nation could follow.”
“The accepted view is that the Home Office now bypasses parliament by lobbying Europe directly in the knowledge that the measures they desire will go undebated and unscrutinised, then be smuggled into British law as a European directive.”
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