from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not yet paid: unpaid bills.
- adj. Serving without pay; unsalaried: unpaid research assistants.
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- adj. Not paid for.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not paid; not discharged, as a debt. Not having received what is due: as, unpaid workmen.
- Serving without pay; unsalaried: as, unpaid justices.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. without payment
- adj. engaged in as a pastime
- adj. not paid
NT unpaid household labor • RT economic value of women's work • homemaking • unpaid labor force • valuing children • volunteer work • The term unpaid employment in A Women's Thesaurus is a subdivision of • employment.
The row heated up this month when Sudan said it was confiscating some of South Sudan's oil exports to make up for what it called unpaid fees.
Tension rose when Sudan said last month it started seizing southern oil at Port Sudan as compensation for what it called unpaid pipeline transit fees.
KHARTOUM Reuters - Sudan will continue to take a share of oil from South Sudan to compensate for what it calls unpaid transit fees and said an oil deal was unlikely without an agreement on border and security issues, its foreign minister said on Wednesday.
Modern U.S. tax farms don't use violence, but they do have the power to take their debtors 'homes -- even for what starts as just a few hundred dollars in unpaid bills.
Add in unpaid bills from the previous year and Illinois has a total deficit of about $13 billion.
Mr. Jacobs on Friday declined to comment on the wrongful termination suit, which seeks millions of dollars in unpaid salaries, bonuses and stock options from Las Vegas Sands and its Hong Kong-listed unit.
Remember $2,000,0000,000, 000 in unpaid debt was created and left by the likes of these LIARS.
Pets Alive owes $46,439.32 in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties on its four properties on Derby Road, according to the Orange County finance department.
More transit police might actually cost more overall than Metro loses in unpaid fares.