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  • adj. Not emancipated.


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un- +‎ emancipated


  • "unemancipated" Voter, were to deck a porker with pearls.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, October 3, 1891

  • They were unemancipated and unassimilated yet they were modern and fierce.


  • Alas that lifestyle is looking more unemancipated by the second.

    Danielle Crittenden: Urgent: The Fallout of the Hook-Up Culture

  • I am exempt and choose these moments to be wholly unemancipated.

    65 entries from December 2006

  • A similar, although less pronounced, pattern also was seen in another ballot measure, Proposition 4, which would have prohibited performing an abortion on an unemancipated minor unless her legal guardian or, in some cases, another adult family member was notified.

    Corporate Greed Run Amok

  • And a hungried thousand of the unemancipated slaved the way.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Parental Notification Bill SB-97 This bill makes various changes to the law that requires an unemancipated minor to obtain parental or other consent or a judicial waiver of that consent requirement before she may have an abortion....

    Wisconsin Prolife Legislation

  • This bill eliminates the authority of an adult family member, a foster parent, a treatment foster parent, or a parent who does not have legal custody of an unemancipated minor to consent to an abortion for the minor.

    Wisconsin Prolife Legislation

  • The Act clearly states that "no abortion shall be performed upon an unemancipated minor . . . until at least 48 hours after written notice" to a parent.

    The new abortion case.

  • There, inasmuch as the community is an oppressed, suffering, unemancipated, and weary one, all THAT will be held to be good which alleviates the state of suffering.

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none


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