Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not delegated; not deputed; not granted.

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  • adjective nondelegated

Etymologies

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un- +‎ delegated

Examples

  • If I had to choose between (a) being ruled by a King who I could sue in common law court and whose powers were limited and dependent upon securing basic rights of the people, and (b) being ruled by a perfectly democratic body that had unrestricted and undelegated authority, I would choose the King.

    Balkinization

  • If I had to choose between (a) being ruled by a King who I could sue in common law court and whose powers were limited and dependent upon securing basic rights of the people, and (b) being ruled by a perfectly democratic body that had unrestricted and undelegated authority, I would choose the King.

    Balkinization

  • If I had to choose between (a) being ruled by a King who I could sue in common law court and whose powers were limited and dependent upon securing basic rights of the people, and (b) being ruled by a perfectly democratic body that had unrestricted and undelegated authority, I would choose the King.

    Balkinization

  • If I had to choose between (a) being ruled by a King who I could sue in common law court and whose powers were limited and dependent upon securing basic rights of the people, and (b) being ruled by a perfectly democratic body that had unrestricted and undelegated authority, I would choose the King.

    Balkinization

  • If I had to choose between (a) being ruled by a King who I could sue in common law court and whose powers were limited and dependent upon securing basic rights of the people, and (b) being ruled by a perfectly democratic body that had unrestricted and undelegated authority, I would choose the King.

    Balkinization

  • If I had to choose between (a) being ruled by a King who I could sue in common law court and whose powers were limited and dependent upon securing basic rights of the people, and (b) being ruled by a perfectly democratic body that had unrestricted and undelegated authority, I would choose the King.

    Balkinization

  • If I had to choose between (a) being ruled by a King who I could sue in common law court and whose powers were limited and dependent upon securing basic rights of the people, and (b) being ruled by a perfectly democratic body that had unrestricted and undelegated authority, I would choose the King.

    Balkinization

  • If I had to choose between (a) being ruled by a King who I could sue in common law court and whose powers were limited and dependent upon securing basic rights of the people, and (b) being ruled by a perfectly democratic body that had unrestricted and undelegated authority, I would choose the King.

    Balkinization

  • If I had to choose between (a) being ruled by a King who I could sue in common law court and whose powers were limited and dependent upon securing basic rights of the people, and (b) being ruled by a perfectly democratic body that had unrestricted and undelegated authority, I would choose the King.

    Balkinization

  • If I had to choose between (a) being ruled by a King who I could sue in common law court and whose powers were limited and dependent upon securing basic rights of the people, and (b) being ruled by a perfectly democratic body that had unrestricted and undelegated authority, I would choose the King.

    Balkinization

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