from The Century Dictionary.
- Not proposed; not offered for acceptance, adoption, or the like: as, the motion or candidate is as yet unproposed.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Not having been
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
And yet, the majority position goes pretty well unproposed outside of the unelected judiciary.
Then, the ABC reporter who was wearing stilettos, said he unproposed and told Molly he wanted to marry her.
As his object was new and hitherto unproposed, so the method he intended to employ was different from all modes of investigation hitherto attempted.
Is there no provision within any proposed or yet unproposed legislation that would cause the President to veto such a bill?
Still arguing that the current health insurance reform proposals will inevitably lead to covering illegal aliens through unproposed future legislation isn’t the same as lying about what this current legislation will actually do.