Definitions

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  • adjective Not infringed.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ infringed

Examples

  • What is freedom other than the uninfringed opportunity to expand ones options?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Anti-Wal-Mart Astroturf

  • What is freedom other than the uninfringed opportunity to expand ones options?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Anti-Wal-Mart Astroturf

  • Now there remained no more (to preserve the priviledge granted to Dioneus uninfringed) but the Queene onely, to declare her

    The Decameron

  • This circumstance greatly displeased the Florentines; but having just made peace with the duke, and the treaty being yet uninfringed on either side, they bethought themselves in a condition to recover the place; and that the opportunity might not be lost, they immediately appointed Rinaldo degli Albizzi and Palla

    The History of Florence

  • Dorothea, early troubling her elders with questions about the facts around her, had wrought herself into some independent clearness as to the historical, political reasons why eldest sons had superior rights, and why land should be entailed: those reasons, impressing her with a certain awe, might be weightier than she knew, but here was a question of ties which left them uninfringed.

    Middlemarch

  • Dorothea, early troubling her elders with questions about the facts around her, had wrought herself into some independent clearness as to the historical, political reasons why eldest sons had superior rights, and why land should be entailed: those reasons, impressing her with a certain awe, might be weightier than she knew, but here was a question of ties which left them uninfringed.

    Middlemarch: a study of provincial life (1900)

  • But the independent exercise of this autonomy, by personal and corporate individuals, has one fundamental condition, viz.: the maintenance of all these individualities intact, each in its own sphere of action, with its rights uninfringed and its freedom uncurtailed in that sphere, yet each also preserving its just relation to all the rest in an all comprehensive social organization.

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III)

  • Dorothea, early troubling her elders with questions about the facts around her, had wrought herself into some independent clearness as to the historical, political reasons why eldest sons had superior rights, and why land should be entailed: those reasons, impressing her with a certain awe, might be weightier than she knew, but here was a question of ties which left them uninfringed.

    Middlemarch

  • Let it be but reasonable, "she said," but such as poor Isabelle can grant with duty and honour uninfringed, and you cannot tax my slender powers too highly.

    Quentin Durward

  • Mann J held the patent valid but decidedly uninfringed.

    The IPKat - Passionate about IP

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