Adjective(1) not gained by merit or labor or service
(1) ├ö├ç├┐Ah Dublin, you're giving it away,├ö├ç├û he wailed in the 55th minute, as the Dublin defence fluffed its lines yet again, giving Laois another unearned scoring opportunity.(2) It is little more than a long catalogue of police brutalities, riots, social upheaval, disgust and unearned shame.(3) I sincerely thank you for your time in reading this lengthy message, and for any assistance you give in putting my blog over the top and letting me live in unearned luxury for the rest of my life.(4) Errors proved costly with the Aussies picking up two more unearned runs.(5) Large publishers reported that unearned advances represented between 8% and 10% of turnover.(6) Youth is the single most infuriating example of unearned status.(7) Largely, this can be explained by the embarrassment many of them feel about their obscene and unearned mega-fortunes.(8) The Longhorns made five errors that led to four unearned runs in two losses.(9) Hamilton, 31, who is in camp on a minor league contract, allowed one unearned run in five innings in his first two games.(10) I began to count the ways in which I enjoy unearned skin privilege and have been conditioned into oblivion about it existence.(11) The real reality is we've had an unearned advantage by living here in this island and that advantage has gone away with the new technology.(12) No, it's one of those days where your own boon and bounty seem unearned , unfair, because other people are dealing with so much horror and sadness.(13) He allowed just one hit and one unearned run in five innings while striking out eight batters.(14) The United States has opted to rely more heavily on schooling as a means for promoting individual fulfillment, enhancing social justice, and countering unearned privilege.(15) The second factor has to do with the debilitating effects of unearned privilege.(16) Having said all that, there's really no way of interpreting the Prince's memo as anything other than an off-guard defense of old-fashioned deference, unearned privilege and patronage.
(1) unearned income :: 不労所得
1. unearned ::
2. unlearned ::
3. unstudied ::
4. unread ::
5. unattained ::
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