un·​amend·​ed ˌən-ə-ˈmen-dəd How to pronounce unamended (audio)
: not altered or corrected : not amended
an unamended copy
unamended text

Examples of unamended in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web For instance, with a 20 percent hydrochloric acid solution, the researchers needed to increase the butt leachate to 10 percent of the liquid to keep damage to the steel low: at less than 12 percent of the corrosion seen with the unamended acid solution [Science News]. Andrew Moseman, Discover Magazine, 13 May 2010 Then a motion to approve the bill in its unamended form failed by six votes, 189-195. Steven Porter, BostonGlobe.com, 22 Mar. 2023 Hickey also tried to extract the bill from committee to be heard by the full Senate after the panel voted down the unamended version, but that motion failed. Jeannie Roberts, Arkansas Online, 6 Oct. 2021 Just as a compromise position was being worked out, the Senate decided to pass the Bill unamended. Wired, 17 Aug. 2021 Multiple others, though, left their falsehoods up unamended. Daniel Dale, CNN, 6 July 2021 Yet neither the Declaration nor the unamended Constitution abolished slavery. Donna Brazile, WSJ, 1 July 2021 The unamended version passed the Senate 21-18 with a strong partisan divide as well. Tyler Arnold, Washington Examiner, 26 Feb. 2021 In a rare show of parliamentary and political unity, the Senate unanimously passed an unamended version of the bill on Thursday. New York Times, 24 Jan. 2021 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

14th century, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of unamended was in the 14th century

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“Unamended.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unamended. Accessed 3 Mar. 2024.

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