Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Not rigged; not having the rigging up.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Without rigging; not rigged.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. stripped of rigging

Etymologies

un- +‎ rigged (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • They could easily have "unrigged" the precincts we polled.

    Citizens Exit Polling at the PA Primary--Paperless DRE's, oh my!

  • So, a program "works" if it pays people enough to get them to do something they otherwise would consider irrational - to buy something so overpriced it would fail in an unrigged market.

    Uncle Sam in the driver's seat

  • Solar and wind energy have no prospect of becoming economically competitive in an unrigged market, with government intervention leading to higher energy costs and jeopardising energy security, the document says.

    Thinktank blasts wind power support

  • Sir, he secured my spare doublet, and had a pluck at my galligaskins — I was enforced to beat a retreat before I was altogether unrigged.

    The Monastery

  • Even if Obama weathers the Swiftboating and isn't assassinated, the question arises - By how many percentage points in the polls [assuming unrigged opinion polls] would he have to be in order to triumph at the election?

    Obama's Win ; How It Will Change the Leadership and Future of the Democratic Party; With Poll

  • Though the political race was neck-and-neck up to the last second, James T. Kirk has emerged victorious with ten votes and has been elected Fake President in a completely fair and unrigged election.

    Planet-x.com.au » James T. Kirk Elected Fake President

  • There is reason to believe that, just as earlier conditions about the timing of elections and the "uniform" have been met, realistic demands in the planned charter too could be accepted to ensure "unrigged" polls.

    Rampant Corruption Is Root Cause Of Terrorism

  • The PR firm was given unrigged models and they did everything themselves.

    Shrek Blitz II

  • I hope we can look forward to some real insights into not just the difficulties of life in Rwanda, but the root causes underlying those difficulties - the structural issues, such as good governance, corruption, freedom of the press, property-rights, impartial law & order, attitudes to democracy is it tribal or is it political, and is there widespread acknowledgment that unrigged elections are more important than your team winning?

    Preparing for Rwanda

  • What is Chavez's crime, apart from sailing through seven unrigged elections?

    Fire on the Swamp

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.

  • "Undressed, or stripped. Unrig the drab: strip the wench."
    - Francis Grose, 'The Vulgar Tongue'.

    September 9, 2008