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unaneled

adjective un·aneled \ˌən-ə-ˈnēld\

Definition of UNANELED

archaic
:  not having received extreme unction

Origin of UNANELED

un- + aneled, past participle of anele to anoint, from Middle English, from an on + elen to anoint, from ele oil, from Old English, from Latin oleum — more at oil
First Known Use: circa 1601

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