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  • adj. Not having been stipulated.


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un- +‎ stipulated


  • An unnamed man was leaving his place of work (unstipulated but presumably a garage or similar, for reasons which will be immediately clear) when he lit a cigarette and immediately burst into flames.

    The Sudden Curve:

  • The eroticism was hardly overt—and certainly unstipulated.

    Mark Twain

  • In course of altercation, during which a constable admonished both of them with his truncheon and whistled for help, there came unstipulated godsend in the form of five-passenger, high-speed, ram-you-damn-you, nickel-plated French motorcar, driven with exhaust wide open by a drunken citizen of France, who put on brakes in nick of time to let this babu give good imitation of casualty with at least three broken legs.


  • You promised to pay something which was unstipulated.

    The Mississippi Bubble

  • All three of us fighting through the darkness to reach some unstipulated altitude - escape velocity.

    Remittance Girl : Erotic Fiction, Stories and Series


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