Definitions

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  • n. The lack of the quality of resolve

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To give up or change a resolution.

Etymologies

un- +‎ resolve (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The first method used in this study was designed to randomly 'unresolve' internal nodes in the phylogeny.

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  • However, will you be ok with a failing economy, a continue war in Iraq, health care unresolve, conservative justices, etc ...

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  • You must allow yourself to embrace confusion, unresolve.

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  • It was not inspired by the "holy glee" with which in Wordsworth's sonnet Liberty fights against a tyrant, but by the faltering boldness, the drifting, purposeless unresolve of statesmen who did not desire it, and by the irrational violence of a Press which did not understand it.

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  • Liberty fights against a tyrant, but by the faltering boldness, the drifting, purposeless unresolve of statesmen who did not desire it, and by the irrational violence of a Press which did not understand it.

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  • It is made harder by the fact that there is an unresolve issue in court with the judgement in favour of the Christians.

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  • While you loop through your Layers collection, you put each layer that matches the pattern in a list and voila, you have a list with filtered reviting this old unresolve issue.

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  • After a second round of federally-mediated talks, a number of issues remained unresolve, with the linchpin being management rights.

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