Definitions

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  • adjective Not endangered.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ endangered

Examples

  • Good eating on a squirrel, I have to say (if you can make it to mainland Europe, where there are unendangered reds, they taste even better).

    Goes well with government cheese.

  • In 2004, Canada's environmental officials declared the Southern Residents both distinct and endangered, but U.S. officials insisted on treating the two pods as a single, genetically similar and unendangered group.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Also, I love duck eggs, quail eggs, and am willing to try any unendangered species bird egg on offer.

    Tea in Bed and Toast Soldiers

  • Also, I love duck eggs, quail eggs, and am willing to try any unendangered species bird egg on offer.

    Miscellaneous Carryings On

  • The roosters have inspired numerous souvenirs -- pens with rooster heads, wooden rooster statues, and T-shirts proclaiming the rooster the "official bird of Kauai" or an "official unendangered species."

    Tourists Learn Who Rules the Roost

  • Also, I love duck eggs, quail eggs, and am willing to try any unendangered species bird egg on offer.

    Toast:

  • Two comments: 1 An unendangered fish which works well with this recipe is catfish fillets.

    Recipe of the Day: Red-Fried Fish - Bitten Blog - NYTimes.com

  • No doubt Science tells the state that if a plant species is endangered, the state must prevent it from becoming unendangered by anyone except thestate.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Science vs. Politics?

  • One unencumbered and unendangered by corporate electronic machinations.

    A Simple Task ??

  • Chalk one up for the lazy slobs and their intact, unendangered nipples.

    Marathon-watching for lazy slobs - Anil Dash

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