Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not revoked; not recalled; not annulled.

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Examples

  • Whereas according to the dual covenant theology favoured by these liberal protestors and associated by them with the Council, Catholics should now admit that the Jews have in fidelity to the Old Testament Covenant a promise and means of salvation that is both unrevoked and quite separate from the way taken by Christians who follow Jesus Christ as their redeemer.

    Confessing the Messiah: The Church's Confession of Christ in Jewish-Christian Dialogue - Introduction Pt. I

  • Buckdog's earlier outrage at Black's unrevoked Order of Canada ... posted by leftdog at Friday, July 04, 2008 | Permalink

    I Bet Conrad Black Hasn't Sent His Order Of Canada Back Yet!

  • He had treated her with almost unexampled barbarity; he had left her in a will (unrevoked so far as she knew) mistress of a fortune on his death; and she was, by her own confession, contemplating an elopement with another man.

    Armadale

  • But the message had sped on its way, irrevocable and, therefore, unrevoked.

    Over Prairie Trails

  • The Proclamation of Jefferson Davis remains unrevoked.

    History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880. Vol. 2 (of 2) Negroes as Slaves, as Soldiers, and as Citizens

  • Progress manifested, and in that where more certainly than in the unretreating and unrevoked advance towards a deeper, a truer, a wiser knowledge of itself by the spirit that is in and is, Man?

    Progress and History

  • For a while her bankers went on paying the allowance under her written and unrevoked order, but when they understood her true condition, they refused to continue the payment.

    Doctor Therne

  • Further, lest there should arise any error on your part, we can deal with any general instruction for only so long as it may remain unrevoked.

    The Lady of the Shroud

  • The Rebel order remained unrevoked which consigned the new colored troops and their officers to a felon's death, if captured; and we all felt that we fought with ropes round our necks.

    Army Life in a Black Regiment

  • Newcastle, dated the 4th of November, 1863, and which remained still unrevoked, were at variance with the principles of international law.

    Imperial Parliament

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