from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Contrary to statute; not warranted by statute.
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The keeping of hunters, for example, is unstatutable.
In the month of January 1772, a Petition was ofiered by the Under-graduates, either to be released from an unstatutable, or to bo instructed in those Articles, which they would shortly be called upon to sub - scribe: and this their modest, their reasonably their righteous Petition was treated with contempt Blush, Cambridge I blush!