adjective un·ex·am·ined \ˌən-ig-ˈza-mənd\

Definition of unexamined

  1. :  not subjected to examination (such as critical scrutiny, analysis, or comparison) :  not carefully weighed or examined … encouraging students to question their own unexamined beliefs … — Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt With every aspect of public education coming under increased scrutiny, no program is left unexamined. — Patty Kohler and Jacque Reese “The unexamined life is not worth living.” — translation of Socrates, as quoted in Plato's Apology

15th Century

First Known Use of unexamined

15th century

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to cast off or become cast off

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