from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not fulfilled: an undischarged obligation.
- adj. Not paid: an undischarged debt.
- adj. Not unloaded. Used of a ship's cargo.
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- adj. not discharged
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not discharged.
- Not fulfilled; not carried out; unexecuted: as, an undischarged duty.
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- adj. still capable of exploding or being fired
- adj. owed as a debt
Watford discovered Anthony was in fact a convicted fraudster and undischarged bankrupt named Paul Anthony Garland.
The human body is the information source on 24: a dying person with undischarged intel must be revived with hypodermics or buzzing paddles.
And this was to say nothing of my one diarist's duty still undischarged: If I was snuffed out here and now who would tell the untellable tale?
Too many grandparents have given too many copies of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer or The Prince and the Pauper to too many grandchildren, who then went about for the rest of childhood under a cloud of undischarged obligation while those books sat on numberless shelves, unread.
Indeed, if there is a disgrace, it is that previous administrations left the responsibility undischarged.
James had accepted a position as 'partner Director' with Glasgow Culture & Sport despite section 52.1 of the body's Articles of Association stating that an "undischarged bankrupt" which James was at the time could not take such a position.
For the next century or so, there was the phenomenon of the undischarged bankrupt: the debtor who had given over all his assets to the creditors, made a full disclosure, and still did not get his discharge.
We go forward, then, prepared to risk our own safety at the hand of a despotic prince, rather than leave undischarged the mission which our country has intrusted us with.
An undischarged debt is something mean and sordid; it is a beginning of knavery; it is something worse, it is a lie; it prepares the way for crime, and brings together the planks for the scaffold.
But if he did tell her he feared that she would quit the levee, and his undertaking to Caryll and his mother would remain undischarged.