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- adj. Of a person, not redeemed; not granted redemption or salvation; unsaved.
- adj. Of a coupon or offer, unspent; not used in a purchase, and thus still usable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not redeemed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not redeemed; not ransomed: as, an unredeemed captive; an unredeemed sinner. Not recalled into the treasury or bank by payment of the value in money: as, unredeemed bills, notes, or stock.
- Not fulfilled, as a promise or pledge.
- Not counterbalanced or alleviated by any countervailing quality; unmitigated.
- Not taken out of pledge or pawn.
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- adj. in danger of the eternal punishment of Hell
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All this echoes what St Paul touches on in Romans 8: creation is in some sense frustrated so long as humanity is 'unredeemed'.
I got the impression from "unredeemed" that maybe you don't know what it is until you redeem it?
All three states had one curious characteristic in common-each one claimed to be the only legal government of the entire United States, and each looked forward to some future day when they would reclaim the 'unredeemed' portion; i.e., outside Coventry.
Our southern ally's loyalty to her beautiful "unredeemed" provinces, and her claim, which all right-minded Englishmen (I include myself) most heartily endorse, to dominate the historically Italian waters of the Adriatic, happily proved too strong for a machine-made sympathy for Berlin based on nothing better than a superficial resemblance between the histories of Piedmont and Prussia, and a record of nominal alliance with powers whose respect for paper treaties was always fairly apparent.
June 19 -- It is unofficially reported from Rome that the Italian army now occupies 10,000 square kilometers of "unredeemed" territory, or more than twice as much as Austria offered to Italy for remaining neutral.
These "unredeemed" regions were generally called after their respective capital cities:
Turkey in support of the 'unredeemed' Serbs of Bosnia, and Serbia was joined by Montenegro.
In the course of history this process has been emphasized rather than diminished, and to-day the Serb race is split up into six political divisions, while Bulgaria, except for those Bulgars claimed as 'unredeemed' beyond the frontier, presents a united whole.
And he did not speak of the "unredeemed" or of the "aspirations."
It was not the woes of the "unredeemed" that led the Salandra Government to reject the final offering of Austria, and to accept the risks of war instead.