from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not reversed; not annulled by a counter-decision; not revoked; unrepealed: as, a judgment or decree unreversed.

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  • adjective Not having been reversed.


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un- +‎ reversed


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  • JAY, I'll upload the RAW original "unreversed" clip and post it on tomorrow.

    Cloverfield Action Figure Dennis 2008

  • I think the panel in Nordyke vastly overstepped their bounds in declaring incorporation in the face of absolutely unmistakable precedent from an unreversed superior court.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Sonia Sotomayor versus the Second Amendment: 2009

  • "Absence of empathy" is the essence of evil which, if unchecked and unreversed, is certain to bring about the demise of the American republic as we know it, just as it led to the fall of the Third Reich.

    Evil as the Absence of Empathy 2008

  • He said there was a common concern that events in Zimbabwe had the ability, if unchecked and unreversed, to destabilise the entire

    ANC Daily News Briefing 2000

  • Thus everything is on the point of ending happily; but the sentence passed against Clitophon still remains unreversed, and Thersander, in the assembly of the following day, vehemently calls for its ratification.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 55, No. 339, January, 1844 Various

  • At the end there's nothing left, nothing unreversed or unbetrayed; as if there had never been an entity, only a succession of adjectives fading in and out on an unformed mass.

    The Fountainhead Rand, Ayn 1943

  • The last unreversed conviction of a woman for murder in the first degree was that of Chiara Cignarale, in May, 1887.

    Courts and Criminals Arthur Cheney Train 1910

  • Congress to tax State bonds remains unreversed [.]

    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury. Confederate States of America. Dept. of the Treasury 1863

  • But the constitution of his nature, in virtue of which he was at the first, and must ever continue to be, a moral and accountable being, remains unreversed; from being holy, he has become depraved, but he has not ceased to be a subject of moral government, and the evils that are incident to his present position must be ascribed, not to God's

    Modern Atheism under its forms of Pantheism, Materialism, Secularism, Development, and Natural Laws James Buchanan 1837

  • When Argyle presented himself, a single lord protested against the admission of a person whom a legal sentence, passed in due form, and still unreversed, had deprived of the honours of the peerage.

    The History of England, from the Accession of James II — Volume 3 Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay 1829


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