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  • adj. Not requested.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not requested; not asked.

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  • adj. not requested


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un- +‎ requested


  • Was he supposed to supply his name unrequested, in order to avoid being assaulted by the police for legally being on his own property?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Interesting Case Involving Open Carry, Defense of Property, and Allegedly Resisting Arrest

  • Sen. John McCain of Arizona, the Sen.te's scourge of earmarks, called the unrequested spending items "the greatest act of generational theft that's been committed in the history of this country."

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

  • I have noticed, with some disdain, that "unrequested" reviewing is becoming popular.

  • A second round of drinks had arrived unrequested, their waitress identifying as their benefactors a group of young staffers clustered around the bar, where they had clearly been drinking for a while.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • In the process of coping with this eleven-day flu, I witnessed not once, not twice, but three times my severe symptoms subsiding immediately following three unrequested, secret spiritual healing treatments.

    The Sacred Promise

  • But to put my two unrequested cents in: I just lost Ig.

    Arcane Circle

  • In addition to our Douglas fir, we left with a profusion of unrequested and useless information about our purchase, including:

    Miles to Go

  • In its report, the appropriators said the JIEDDO budget was "being used to cover unrequested and unjustified items which either are of interest to senior leaders or make up for shortfalls in amounts requested by the services."

    IEDs killing fewer troops in Afghanistan

  • But, a number of times I've had to actually think up an unrequested "big present" for my children, when they'd have been happy with something pretty modest.

    For the first time in years, I'm actually looking forward to Christmas | Deborah Orr

  • Even though some in the Pentagon and even in the Government Accountability Office favor competition between jet engine manufacturers, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has deemed the alternate GE engine for the F-35 to be every bit as porky as buying still more unrequested, overpriced, under-performing C-17s.

    Winslow T. Wheeler: Wimpy Veto Threats and Gates' Departure


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