- not constrained or restricted by custom, tradition, superstition, etc.: a modern, emancipated woman.
- freed, as from slavery or bondage.
Origin of emancipated
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Examples from the Web for unemancipated
Our unemancipated, unappreciated Martha was quite delightful to us.The Retrospect
Begin, I said, by breaking up the system—begin by removing all the unemancipated convicts.A Letter from Major Robert Carmichael-Smyth to His Friend, the Author of 'The Clockmaker'
But we may assume that, in successful cases, the Cats made to lose their bearings were young and unemancipated animals.The Mason-bees
J. Henri Fabre
The unemancipated workers construct steep, rocky dams that jut out into the free, unbridled sea.Maxim Gorki
Truly, and to cast away Liberalism upon a willingly "unemancipated" Voter, were to deck a porker with pearls.
Word Origin and History for unemancipated
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