Definitions

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  • adj. Not jailed; unincarcerated.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ jailed

Examples

  • You went unjailed only at the discretion of the government.

    Our American King

  • "Hicks, you unjailed public nuisance!" said Butch Brewster, affectionately.

    T. Haviland Hicks Senior

  • Some dullard may here object that M. France -- attestedly, indeed, since he remains unjailed-cannot himself believe all this, and that it is with an ironic glitter in his ink he has recorded these dicta.

    The Queen Pedauque

  • Apple: We're removing boobs from the App Store to protect the kids and their parents Nokia's Anssi Vanjoki talks frankly about the failings of the N97 confuzed what is the best way/place to buy a refurbished/unlocked/unjailed 3gs i-phone?

    Geek.com

  • T names LTE partners as it preps to deploy fourth-generation wireless network in 2011 confuzed what is the best way/place to buy a refurbished/unlocked/unjailed 3gs i-phone?

    Geek.com

  • “predatory wealth”; “unjailed malefactors,” they are subjects of continuous “grilling” in the congressional and legislative committee rooms.

    'Tis Sixty Years Since

  • It worried me a bit at first and I had asked Sid, "But what if I'm so deep asleep I don't hear and you have to get in fast?" and he had replied, "Sweetling, a word in your ear: our own Beauregard Lassiter is the prettiest picklock unjailed since Jimmy Valentine and Jimmy

    No Great Magic

  • As he dictated it it ran something like this: “To that unspeakable bounder and unjailed crook, my brother, born Henry Richard Peters — whatever he may be calling himself now — I leave all I possess at the time of my death, including everything that may accrue to my estate after I die.

    The Case of the Late Pig

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