Definitions

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  • adj. Old; worn out; feeble.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Old; worn out; feeble.

Etymologies

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From Middle English unorne, from Old English unorne ("old, obsolete, worn out, decrepit, simple"), from un- +‎ orne, orene ("excess, harm, injury").

Examples

  • Let's see - Dred Scott and Homer Plessy weren't "persons", neither was Fred Korematsu, or the unorn child in Roe vs Wade, all according to the SUpreme Court's reasoning-but corporations ARE persons!

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