Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of uninitiate.

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Examples

  • For you uninitiates, that money is called "child support."

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Turing chose to emphasise this when explaining these electronic machines in a manner suitable for an audience of uninitiates:

    The Church-Turing Thesis

  • On the contrary, Ornette always (during his recorded career) played alto, except for a few brief forays on the tenor (which, once more for uninitiates, is even larger than an alto and therefore even less likely to be mistaken for a soprano saxophone) ….

    That Sax

  • Most uninitiates, especially Squash Racquets players who are adroit at and/or addicted to that game, believe Squash Tennis offers nothing but prolonged "slam bang" rallies and a boring "sameness."

    Squash Tennis

  • They seemed to be an affectation of friendliness, but appeasing neither the uninitiates nor the academics.

    Planet GNOME

  • Instead, Kum Kang San (Korean for "golden mountain") serves Korean food seasoned to suit uninitiates.

    The Seattle Times

  • For Elvis Costello uninitiates, listen to, 'The Very Best Of'.

    Elvis and Ellis

  • Kum Kang San Grill and Buffet in Federal Way serves Korean food seasoned to suit uninitiates.

    The Seattle Times

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