Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Without end; having no termination.

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  • adjective Not terminated

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Examples

  • And thousands of volts may be available when an unterminated transmission line or any other handy conductor gets connected to the output of an RF source of any significant strength.

    Freshwater: A Bonsell in the offing? - The Panda's Thumb

  • And thousands of volts may be available when an unterminated transmission line or any other handy conductor gets connected to the output of an RF source of any significant strength.

    Freshwater: A Bonsell in the offing? - The Panda's Thumb

  • His creditors were not tender towards the novelist, and used to the utmost the lien they had upon the few unterminated engagements that involved him in the liquidation.

    Balzac

  • His creditors were not tender towards the novelist, and used to the utmost the lien they had upon the few unterminated engagements that involved him in the liquidation.

    Balzac

  • His creditors were not tender towards the novelist, and used to the utmost the lien they had upon the few unterminated engagements that involved him in the liquidation.

    Balzac

  • Then with much boldness they declared that "To exact such an unterminated tax from English planters, and to continue it after so many repeated complaints, will be the greatest evidence of a design to introduce, if the Crown should ever devolve upon the Duke, an unlimited government in old England."

    The Quaker Colonies, a chronicle of the proprietors of the Delaware

  • I speak not merely of our ideas of imperceptibles like ether-waves or dissociated 'ions,' or of 'ejects' like the contents of our neighbors 'minds; I speak also of ideas which we might verify if we would take the trouble, but which we hold for true altho unterminated perceptually, because nothing says' no 'to us, and there is no contradicting truth in sight.

    Meaning of Truth

  • And he tacitly, with the absurdest of smiles, begged permission to leave unterminated a sentence not in itself particularly difficult

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • And he tacitly, with the absurdest of smiles, begged permission to leave unterminated a sentence not in itself particularly difficult

    Complete Short Works of George Meredith

  • And he tacitly, with the absurdest of smiles, begged permission to leave unterminated a sentence not in itself particularly difficult

    Case of General Ople

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