from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Not furnished with funds.
- adjective Having a maturity of shorter than one year.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Not funded; floating: as, an unfunded debt. See
fund, transitive verb, and funded.
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- adjective Not
funded; having received no funding.
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- adjective not furnished with funds
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The term unfunded tax cut suggests that its the government's money and the public are lucky to get some back.
Rather, his amendment was designed to avoid imposing on these organizations the costs of implementing a DNS blacklist, which he described as an unfunded mandate.
Doseck says he'd have to hire 47 more employees and build eight new classrooms to comply with what he calls unfunded mandates.
To claim you have funded a plan while leaving it effectively unfunded is dishonest!
The difference is what we call the unfunded liabilities or $U.
I'll believe it will be there when someone can tell me how they're going to come up with the TRILLIONS in unfunded liability.
Currently the minimum direct costs of Iraq and Afghanistan are one trillion, ninety billion dollars in unfunded costs.
Of course, the card that both Democrats and Republicans have been palming is the $Trillions in unfunded guarantees and loans that the Fed has been making.
And I want to know how the TRILLIONS in unfunded Medicare liability is going to be addressed.
McConnell said he thought the White House was "in denial" about the long-term unfunded debts the country is racking up in entitlement programs such as Social Security, combined with the $1.6 trillion deficit the country is running this year.