from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not challenged by another: The candidate was unopposed in the campaign.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. With no or little opposition
- adj. Without an opponent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not opposed; not resisted; not meeting with obstruction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not having opposition or an opponent
Sorry, no etymologies found.
She went in unopposed (Obama at least), joining that State & FL in thumbing their nose at DNC mandate.
It could be that they have high political ambitions, he said, citing City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo, who ran for a second term unopposed in 2005 but still raised nearly $1.4million.
The threats were published three days before Blatter will announce details of an anti-corruption drive promised when FIFA member nations gave the 75-year-old Swiss official a final four-year term unopposed in June.
The four-time Iowa Golden Gloves champion won the venerable event's 201-pound title unopposed last year and said he's preparing for this weekend's state-wide boxing showcase at AllPlay in downtown Des Moines as if he'll encounter a challenge.
Up until the final day it looked like current Corner Brook Mayor Charles Pender would walk right into a second term unopposed for the mayor's chair.
* Rogge wins second term unopposed * To stay on until 2013 (updates with details, quotes) By Karolos Grohmann
On Thursday, two days after an Election Day in which Brady won a new Senate term unopposed,
He will begin a six-year presidential term on Sept. 1, replacing incumbent S.R. Nathan, who won two straight terms unopposed.
For the Obama supporters that "claim" Clinton ran unopposed, that is simply NOT true.
There have also been complaints that SFWA is too insular and its executive actions too opaque; this was exemplified recently by the election ballot, wherein all executive positions were being run unopposed in other words, only one person for president, one for vice-president, etc. with no area to indicate that you didn't want to vote for that person.