from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not having any challengers.
- adj. Lacking experience due to lack of challenges; untested.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not challenged; not objected to or called to account.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. generally agreed upon; not subject to dispute
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Therein lies the danger of allowing Bush to continue his term unchallenged, and un-investigated.
If you allow insurance companies to get by unchallenged from a public plan, they will play nice until health care isn't the hot button issue any more.
The fact that such a statement went unchallenged is astonishing, and shows how far down the road we are.
Leaving such egregious errors unchallenged is one of several reasons why ID will never be taken seriously outside the cloister.
Like the Tea Party, I worry about their future, about their ability to find a job in an economy stagnated by our newfound lack of daring and initiative, in a world where America whiffed at its best opportunity to do anything about fending off climate change and which the only spending that goes unchallenged is to sustain wars 11,000 miles away.
Are we to accept this prevalent attitude among our politicians who can cry “sodomy!” only when it suits their interests, but who would otherwise be quite content to allow the prevailing status quo to remain unchallenged?
According to Gruber, "That the SDAP allowed such gutter politics to go unchallenged from the beginning of the republic to its end with the prominent Jews in its leadership keeping a low profile weakened the party and undercut the republic as well."
I maintain that allowing this lie to go unchallenged is part of a battle that goes down to being able to eat foi gras in spite of the efforts of Ben Bradshaw the Animal Welfare minister (The what!) to ban it.
What went unchallenged is the remark that we are fighting al qaeda in Iraq.
Because this kind of talk unchallenged is leading us to a very dark time.