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  • adj. Not having been earned.


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un- +‎ earnt


  • Labour has assiduously bribed its constituency with open borders, toleration of intolerant groups, minority preferences, unearnt benefits and a campaign against traditional family life - single parent families, for example, are not self reliant - they need the State.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • But whatever, LOL predict some scrabbling around by Guido and the adherents of his strange cult over the coming weeks and months to "out" any and all unearnt ermine.

    Archive 2007-11-04

  • Pulling out another little maggot with an unearnt bonus is something you could do non stop for weeks if that was the only point , no harm in it though.

    Ainsworth & Grayling Lead the Summer Heat Campaign

  • Brown has an entirely unearnt reputation for honesty, by which it is meant , he is not Blair .

    John Reid Attacks Peter Hain


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