from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not forged; not made.

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  • adjective Not having been forged.


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un- +‎ forged


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  • CXVI NYLAN STUDIED THE timber that would be the shaft linking the unbuilt wheel with the unforged collar.

    Fall of Angels Modesitt, L. E. 1996

  • Just stop changing the subject and show us a real, unforged, certificate.

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  • Whereas it has become apparent to the citizens of San Francisco that there is no security for life or property either under the regulations of society, as it at present exists, or under the laws as now administered, and that by the association of bad characters our ballot boxes have been stolen and others substituted, or stuffed with votes that were never polled, and thereby our elections nullified; our dearest rights violated; and no other method left by which the will of the people can be manifested; therefore, the citizens whose names are hereunto attached, do unite themselves into an association for maintenance of the peace and good order of society; the prevention and punishment of crime; the preservation of our lives and property; and to insure that our ballot boxes shall hereafter express the actual and unforged will of the majority of our citizens; and we do bind ourselves each to the other by a solemn oath to do and perform every just and lawful act for the maintenance of law and order, and to sustain the laws when properly and faithfully administered.

    A Sketch of the Causes, Operations and Results of the San Francisco Vigilance Committee of 1856 Stephen Palfrey Webb 1841


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