from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not deprived, stripped, or dispossessed of any property, right, or the like; not divested by authority.


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  • Its bill is as long and as sharp as a coarse sewing needle; like the bee, nature has taught it to find out in the calix of flowers and blossoms, those mellifluous particles that serve it for sufficient food; and yet it seems to leave them untouched, undeprived of anything that our eyes can possibly distinguish.

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  • Second, it was created - for an undisclosed fee - by the minds who came up with the name for the "Baconator," the cholesterol undeprived sandwich sold by burger chain Wendy's.

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