from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not repaid; not compensated; not recompensed; not requited: as, a kindness unrepaid.

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  • adjective of a loan, etc. not yet repaid


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  • For every loan that goes unrepaid the bank needs the profit from 100 more to recover the loss.

    The difference between banking and investment management with reference to Fred Goodwin and James Crosby Not a sheep 2009

  • That it is old love, unrepaid, which has worn down from me my strength;

    Chronicles of the Canongate 2008

  • In general, your cost or investment in the contract is the total of any premiums that you paid for the life insurance policy less any refunded premiums, rebates, dividends or unrepaid loans that were not included in your income.

    Other Income Compiled by Scott Reeves 2006

  • Did longing for affection lost Barb every deadly dart; Love unrepaid, and Faith betrayed, Did these torment his heart?

    The Life of Charlotte Bronte 2002

  • No, his thoughts were not of love, but of debts unrepaid.

    Lion Of Macedon Gemmell, David 1990

  • No, his thoughts were not of love, but of debts unrepaid.

    Lion Of Macedon Gemmell, David 1990

  • It seemed a woman's voice, some lost lady who had brought nothing but goodness unrepaid to the world.

    The Moon Endureth: Tales and Fancies John Buchan 1907

  • There had been small unrepaid loans which Elaine would not have grudged in themselves, though the application for them brought a certain qualm of distaste; with the perversity which seemed inseparable from his doings, Comus had always flung away a portion of his borrowings in some ostentatious piece of glaring and utterly profitless extravagance, which outraged all the canons of her upbringing without bringing him an atom of understandable satisfaction.

    The Unbearable Bassington 1870-1916 Saki 1893

  • "But you saved the life of my boys, you proud little rascal and do you suppose I am going to let that pass unrepaid?"

    Ishmael In the Depths Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth 1859

  • Wilson, who scorned to take a blow unrepaid, even from Satan himself, was called Pickle-nearest-the-Wind; her compeer, Bessie Wilson, was

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft Walter Scott 1801


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