Definitions

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  • adjective Not pledged; not committed.
  • adjective finance Not used as collateral.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective not promised in marriage

Etymologies

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un- +‎ pledged.

Examples

  • Obama and his so called unpledged minions like Donna Brazille are trying to thwart that by saying rules are rules.

    Oregon Exit Polls: Obama Handily Beat Hillary Among Whites, No-College, Less-Than-$50,000 Voters

  • The Democratic Change Commission, which was formed last August by President Barack Obama, plans to recommend that superdelegates -- also known as unpledged delegates -- will be required to vote in accordance with the electoral performance of the state from which they represent.

    Eliminate Superdelegates: Democratic Change Commission

  • The Democratic Change Commission, which was formed last August by President Barack Obama, plans to recommend that superdelegates -- also known as unpledged delegates -- will be required to vote in accordance with the electoral performance of the state from which they represent.

    Eliminate Superdelegates: Democratic Change Commission

  • They have something called unpledged delegates -- 570 of them.

    New Hampshire

  • The so-called unpledged super delegates who are the unpledged delegates who can pick whoever they want to and even change their mind along the way if they like.

    CNN Transcript May 12, 2008

  • CBS News reported, including the elimination of the so-called "unpledged superdelegates" who were not bound by the results of their states' primaries or caucuses.

    News

  • CBS News reported, including the elimination of the so-called "unpledged superdelegates" who were not bound by the results of their states' primaries or caucuses.

    News

  • CBS News reported, including the elimination of the so-called "unpledged superdelegates" who were not bound by the results of their states' primaries or caucuses.

    News

  • I can't figure out if these are the three "unpledged" add-ons that Illinois gets or if these are three of the twenty pledged PLEOs (Party Leaders and Elected Officials) which are alloted proportionally to the candidates based on the primary results.

    Obama Is Now Fewer Than Twenty Super-Dels Behind Hillary

  • She's one of two women on the committee under the age of thirty and prefers to be called an "unpledged," rather than a "super" delegate.

    Richard Riehl: 28-Year-Old Superdelegate Hopes To Reach Youth Beyond Colleges

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