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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unparent.
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But as letter writer Laura Wrzeski of Lakebay (on muy retro Key Peninsula in Pierce County) notes in today's TNT, the real problems for many low achievers start with "unparents" and their progeny's subsequent behavioral hijinx in school.
But how many have been dumped in such programs more because they're bad actors with "unparents?"