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- adj. Not punished
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not punished; suffered to pass without punishment or with impunity.
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- adj. not punished
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But there is a lot of concern with extrajudicial killings by the army that remain unpunished, and this will be a factor when we consider a request for more aid.
But on his return he told so many lies, and made so many presents, that not only did his crime remain unpunished, but he succeeded to the post of him whose lackey he was not worthy to be.
That God will not suffer the injuries done to his people to remain unpunished, nor their sufferings unrewarded.
In this case, to enforce the law through violent means has no legitimacy for citizens when they see that it is applied selectively against one sector that violates the judicial order because they lack basic rights and are subject to violence and the power of the state, while others violate the law to have luxurious summer houses, but they remain unpunished.
However, sadly, those around us that continue to quote The Simpsons ad nauseam remain unpunished. source: BBC
The guilty often go unpunished, which is tolerated with ordinary crimes.
Please reconsider your decision to allow these infractions of our policies forbidding sexism and sexist remarks to remain unpunished.
When a crime goes unpunished, that is a breach of the victim's liberty and human rights.
If we justly hang thieves and behead robbers, why do we leave the greed of Rome so unpunished, that is the greatest thief and robber that has appeared or can appear on earth, and does all this in the holy name of Christ and St. Peter?
-- The effect of such assassinations is great and only a few are required; especially when they go unpunished, which is always the case.