Definitions

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  • adjective Not abetted.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ abetted

Examples

  • In fact the moral imagination needs to be expanded to "a place it doesn't go to unabetted."

    Can Science Explain Religion?

  • In fact the moral imagination needs to be expanded to "a place it doesn't go to unabetted."

    Can Science Explain Religion?

  • "We deplore the use of new draconian laws to restrict freedom of the press in Zimbabwe," State Department spokesman Richard Boucher said, adding that harassment of journalists in the country had continued unabetted since heavily criticized presidential elections in March.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The latter's rascality was patent, but Simmons could not have been successful unabetted by his own blind negligence.

    Mountain Blood A Novel

  • The crotchy smell in the air (unabetted by Fist) gave me the wondrous illusion that I'd been to the actual party, but that wasn't enough for one shirtless fixture, who was filled with such anticipation that the metal balls in his butt almost melted.

    Village Voice - The most recent 10 stories

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