nonestablished love

Definitions

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  • adjective Not established.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ established

Examples

  • In contrast to the Metropolitan Opera, City Opera focuses on more experimental and affordable productions featuring, as Mr. Wall put it, "nonestablished future stars."

    City Opera Ponders Cuts, Suspends Season

  • Pinot from nonestablished Pinot areas and Pinot under $25 is too often not worth pouring over yourself from a spit bucket let alone down your throat from a crystal glass.

    A Year of Wine

  • Pinot from nonestablished Pinot areas and Pinot under $25 is too often not worth pouring over yourself from a spit bucket let alone down your throat from a crystal glass.

    A Year of Wine

  • Todd Stroger, to name another candidate whose petitions are being challenged, but keeping him off the ballot would be an insult to voters, just as the ultrahigh signature threshold for candidates of nonestablished parties is an insult to voters.

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  • Banks, because of the "know your customer" and other anti-money laundering regulations, make it difficult for nonestablished people, such as the young and transient, as well as legal and illegal immigrants, to open bank accounts.

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

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