Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Not supplied, furnished, or equipped.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not provided; unfurnished; unsupplied: with with, formerly of: as, unprovided with money.
  • Having made no preparation; not suitably prepared; unprepared.
  • Unforeseen.

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  • adjective Not provided

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Examples

  • Even with this concession, however, there would be seven millions at the expiration of the second term unprovided for.

    An Essay on the Principle of Population

  • Even with this concession, however, there would be seven millions at the expiration of the second term unprovided for.

    An Essay on the Principle of Population

  • Thus, by the close of the current session, the courses of the first and second terms will have been completed — leaving the courses of the third term unprovided for, and impossible of completion during the present regular session.

    The University of Virginia Record

  • If we set an artificially high minimum price on all services, some low-skilled services will go unprovided.

    The Symbolic Value of Abolishing the Minimum Wage, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • It portrays two children in rags, on the outskirts of a prosperous village: cast out and unprovided-for, the blind girl and her sister wander the British countryside, playing music for pennies.

    Victorian art, the sentimental poor – and Cameron's Britain

  • He was totally unprovided with slates, and with half his quantity of Books.

    Letter 324

  • “Colonel Washington,” orders announced, “is a good deal surprized to find that some officers are yet unprovided; and declares, that if they do not immediately procure them, or such thereof as can be had; it will be looked upon as disobedience of orders.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • “Colonel Washington,” orders announced, “is a good deal surprized to find that some officers are yet unprovided; and declares, that if they do not immediately procure them, or such thereof as can be had; it will be looked upon as disobedience of orders.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • “Colonel Washington,” orders announced, “is a good deal surprized to find that some officers are yet unprovided; and declares, that if they do not immediately procure them, or such thereof as can be had; it will be looked upon as disobedience of orders.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • “Colonel Washington,” orders announced, “is a good deal surprized to find that some officers are yet unprovided; and declares, that if they do not immediately procure them, or such thereof as can be had; it will be looked upon as disobedience of orders.”

    George Washington’s First War

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