un·​amend·​ed | \ ˌən-ə-ˈmen-dəd How to pronounce unamended (audio) \

Definition of unamended

: not altered or corrected : not amended an unamended copy unamended text

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Those bills will return to Northam, who can choose to sign them in their unamended form or shelve them with a veto that the legislature has no opportunity to override. Laura Vozzella, Washington Post, "Legislature fails to override Northam vetoes but pushes back on amendments," 18 Apr. 2018 Prime Minister Theresa May faces a battle to get the flagship piece of Brexit legislation through Parliament unamended. Alex Morales, Bloomberg.com, "Davis Warns Lawmakers of Chaotic Brexit If They Block U.K. Bill," 10 Sep. 2017 Getting all these through unamended will be extremely difficult. The Economist, "The six flavours of Brexit," 22 July 2017 According to the Congressional Budget Office, the G.O.P. legislation, in its unamended form, would raise premiums in the individual insurance market by up to twenty per cent over the first couple of years. John Cassidy, The New Yorker, "Has Paul Ryan Suckered Donald Trump Into Making Health Care His Top Priority?," 22 Mar. 2017 Gardeners who choose to work with their unamended soil conditions (except for vegetable areas) often use native plant selections. Betty Cahill, The Denver Post, "Punch List: What to do in your Denver-area garden in early March," 2 Mar. 2017

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First Known Use of unamended

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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appealing forcibly to the mind or reason

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