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  • adjective Not handicapped.


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un- +‎ handicapped


  • Franklin Roosevelt Jr. was astonished in 1954 to find his political career abruptly halted by the Tammany Hall boss Carmine De Sapio, who, unhandicapped by genteel upbringing, sabotaged his bid for New York governor.

    The Curse Of The Famous Scion

  • There is a rush of these neglected youngsters to the clinics, and the Rochester schools graduate every year into the world of labor a class of young citizens in splendid physical condition, unhandicapped by the taints which make, not for death alone, but for vice and crime.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 1908.

  • And this clear brain of his had already told him that he was the only person in the house at that moment who was unhandicapped in the search for truth.

    The Red House Mystery

  • When his small savings had paid off Amos Burr's little debt, and they started, unhandicapped, upon their shaky progress, it seemed to her that she was justified in commending, for the second time, the visible methods of Providence -- a commendation which faltered only before a threatening twinge of neuralgia.

    The Voice of the People

  • Mr. Hastings was stout, not to say sebaceous -- and he proposed to begin the interview unhandicapped.

    No Clue A Mystery Story

  • In that event Duncan might have a chance to gather up his belongings and escape unhandicapped by the immediate necessity of justifying his course.

    The Fortune Hunter

  • Could it have been because, with the fantastic generosity of which he was evidently capable, he had been willing to leave his friend unhandicapped with an open field?

    Masters of the Wheat-Lands

  • Could it have been because he had with the fantastic generosity, which he was evidently capable of, been willing to leave his comrade unhandicapped with an open field?

    Hawtrey's Deputy

  • As her attorneys in the suit to try title to this world's wardship clamor for truth without trimmings, and rest their case upon "principles of justice" untainted by prescription or præmunire, suppose we grant their prayer and proceed to the consideration of their cause unhandicapped by chivalric sentiment.

    The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 1.

  • For how, carrying his tremendous load, was he to compete with these unhandicapped men in the game of nonsense she had such a fondness for starting at a table?

    The Egoist


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