Definitions

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  • adj. Not rendered.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ rendered

Examples

  • Nobody wants to lose money for unrendered services or be forced to launch PayPal disputes.

    p2pnet World Headlines – June 15, 2009

  • But although the scenes may be the same as, or close to, those in the finished product, WP#1 has plenty of unrendered grey cells floating around in lieu of the Real Deal.

    Finished ‘X-Men: Origins’ now online

  • Having a rightful claim for the rendering of a service, or to damages if the service goes unrendered, is not the same thing as owning the service, or the fruits of the service, that you expect to get.

    On people as possessions

  • Gazing around the unrendered walls of his Timonium, Antony saw at last why his plans had foundered.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • One caveat: suet is sold unrendered, but, as I discovered by way of my own laziness, you do not need to render it.

    Cooking with non-trans fats/the Crisco story | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Leave out now the unrendered walls, the slats of wood that did for the door.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • I cannot afford to trail him at my own expense all spring and summer, while he's cavorting around on free passes and drawing $11 a day from the public purse for unrendered services; but I'll trump his card in all the large Texas towns as quick as it strikes the table.

    The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 10

  • During the few months that Mr. Talmage was pottering about in the land of the erstwhile Pharaohs, examining mummified cats and drawing a fat salary for unrendered services, he evidently forgot that in his own, his native land, the people "rule the roost"; that the government is but their creature and has to dance to music of their making.

    The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 1.

  • A dark day, he tells you: that the air is filled with the cry of the slave, and of nations going down into darkness, their message untold, their work undone: that now, as eighteen centuries ago, the Helper stands unwelcome in the world; that your own heart, as well as the great humanity, asks an unrendered justice.

    Margret Howth, a Story of To-day

  • -- Collated lists of property rendered for assessment of non-rendered property, and property of alien enemies returned by receivers under the sequestration laws, have been received from the chief collector, which show an aggregate valuation of $318,214,621, the tax upon which is $1,653,917 80, the tax upon unrendered property being rated at one per cent.

    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury.

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