uncommissioned love

Definitions

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  • adjective Not commissioned.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ commissioned

Examples

  • Most of his paintings of Kitty were uncommissioned.

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  • Most of his paintings of Kitty were uncommissioned.

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  • Never send an uncommissioned manuscript to a publisher.

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  • Never send an uncommissioned manuscript to a publisher.

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  • One of the most disturbing of the cabinet pictures is the "Yard With Lunatics" (1793-94), the last in the series of uncommissioned small paintings that Goya executed during his convalescence from the illness that left him deaf and isolated from the world around him.

    The Entire Human Comedy

  • Such individuals are either commissioned or uncommissioned to receive and transmit God's message, the prophets being those who are among the privileged commissioned.

    Suhrawardi

  • And briefly, you said you had difficulty at the beginning coming - some uncommissioned story to you to do.

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  • 'And you would mate me with a kid - the Millennium being yet millions of centuries from mankind; being yet, indeed, an archangel high in the seventh heaven, uncommissioned to descend ----?

    Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte

  • George was exceedingly proud and too discreet to boast that the army now was to proceed as he, an uncommissioned Colonial, had recommended.

    Washington

  • George was exceedingly proud and too discreet to boast that the army now was to proceed as he, an uncommissioned Colonial, had recommended.

    Washington

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