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  • adjective Not oppressed.


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un- +‎ oppressed


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  • We the unoppressed, but poor (in a literary sense) ex-colonial types often have to wait a year or more to get a US release of a UK-published book.

    Amazon UK's The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Books of 2008 2008

  • Here she was in her own world, her bosom throbbed unoppressed by fear, and the easy demands of modesty seemed sweet.

    Archive 2009-06-01 Eric Dickens 2009

  • As I (an unoppressed stay-at-home mom) was telling a friend the other day, it's shameful that "feminism" has sunk so low as to be focused on the mommy wars.

    When It's Time to Keep Quiet Roger Sutton 2007

  • Just like the oppression of the western female the most unoppressed women of oppressed women should never be compared to women living under harsh religious and social oppression in places such as India, the Middle East, and Africa.

    Is The Oppression of Women The Root Of All Oppressions? 2005

  • Whether this is the legacy of some deep, culturally engrained identification with the underdog–scrappy Tom Paine and Paul Revere against that bully King George, perhaps–or merely cynical manipulation, even the demonstrably unoppressed and unpersecuted find it congenial to position themselves as victims.

    Battle Weary 2005

  • Our hero went on: "We fight on that millions may live, free, able to breathe the clean air of America unoppressed by the lashes of Communism."

    Flux Tales of Human Futures Card, Orson Scott 1990

  • If the finances of that country had been in order, the nobles moderate, the poor unoppressed, and any public spirit in the

    A Sketch of the Life of the late Henry Cooper Barrister-at-Law, of the Norfolk Circuit; as also, of his Father William Cooper

  • These, fellow citizens, are the circumstances under which we meet, and we remark with special satisfaction those which under the smiles of Providence result from the skill, industry, and order of our citizens, managing their own affairs in their own way and for their own use, unembarrassed by too much regulation, unoppressed by fiscal exactions.

    State of the Union Address (1790-2001) United States. Presidents.

  • The boy sometimes fancied that his uncle had grown to utterly dislike him, -- being so irritable and unjust at times; then again his heart was light with joy and hope, for he fancied that the grim man was just on the point of losing his great burden of gloom, and becoming hopeful and unoppressed.

    Culm Rock The Story of a Year: What it Brought and What it Taught Glance Gaylord

  • You with fresh energies, you with the clear eye of healthy youth, you with unoppressed hearts, you at the beginning of life, you should go at your work splendidly, directly, forcefully.

    The Menorah Journal, Volume 1, 1915 Various


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