from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Plain, not ruled with lines.
- adj. Not ruled; not governed; not controlled or influenced.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not governed or controlled.
- adj. Not ruled or marked with lines.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not ruled.
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She despised her upper-class, convention-bound Venetian upbringing, and could escape only in the fantastic stories that her beloved Barbary told her of exotic places and other gods, unruled by men and custom.
Now if it could save all my window sizes and positions too because it gets resized and thrown all over the place on my 1st display when I enable the 2nd display on TV. aarste unruled
Particularly useful with dual/triple monitor setups because after an RDP session it will move the icons around. unruled carl_c
May 05, 2009 at 2: 08 AM thats awesome .... way better than launchy; built into windows. not as necessary in win7 but still nice as its direct. unruled pschroeter
A lot has been improved and it is much much better. cybrstudd unruled
(On a somewhat related note, I think I may be the only one who actually likes the windows key!) unruled
I think it is almost bizarre to say that Congress has no room to shape Miranda and give it a trim in unruled-upon areas, such as whether there is some kind of terrorism exception.
Written in pencil on a sheet of unruled, three-hole notebook paper, the classic 1960s folk protest song was the title track on Dylan's third album.
Man untamed would shame his Maker, Man unruled would spoil the Plan; So Jordan made the Regulations, orders to each single man, Each to a task and each to a station, serving a purpose beyond their ken, Some to speak and some to listen; order came to the ranks of men.
And he further adds that the word "anarchy" can and should be viewed in "the positve condition of being unruled because rule is unnecessary for the preservation of order."