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- adj. Not polled (included in a vote).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not enumerated or registered.
- adj. Not plundered.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not polled; not registered or counted: as, a large unpolled vote.
- Unplundered; not stripped.
I've wondered about lately unpolled Alaska and its goings-on as Palin tanks nationally and also locally with so many scandals.
Everyone said the same thing about cell phones in 2004 and there was no unpolled Kerry surge.
Dems are underpolled, the supposedly suppressed unpolled by Paul Lehto on Wednesday, Oct 15, 2008 at 10: 56: 54 PM
Barber laid down the astrolabe, leaving the greater part of my head unpolled; and, sitting on the ground, turned over the scents and incense and aloes wood and essences till I was well nigh distraught.
A small body of electors remained unpolled on the very last day.
The one unpolled question is this: do you trust Congress to protect your future?
Each party thought that if the unpolled vote came out it would help that party but in fact the people who had been staying at home, divided up pretty much as the rest of the community did when they had to vote.
Despite any wavering I may have exhibited, I now stand, as George puts it in his article, 'ready to conserve the threatened flower of womanhood by also endeavoring to conserve her unpolled vote!'
The cutting off the hair being a recognized sign of uncleanness (Le 14: 8, 9), its unpolled luxuriance was a symbol of the purity he professed.
There are 230 voters still unpolled, and Mr. Mullins assures me that of those we are sure of 120 or 130, I forget which; and so you see, my loves, we must subtract 130 from 250, and 287 from 130, and then add – No, that is not right, sums are so difficult; but that the result would give us a majority I know, because Mullins says so.