- not established.
- British. (of a worker or job) temporary, part-time, or having a special or unique routine.
Origin of unestablished
1640–50; un-1 + established
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Examples from the Web for unestablished
It now, in December, condemns her no less as the unestablished church.
Many things unaccepted and unestablished to-day shall be proverbial platitudes of to-morrow.The Right Knock
Good-conduct stripes are the reward to all full-time postmen, established or unestablished, of unblemished conduct.The Bristol Royal Mail
R. C. Tombs
The position of a disestablished or an unestablished Church is comparatively modern, and has given rise to new jural conceptions.
From week to week the value of these things fluctuates—that is, of course, of bulbs imported and unestablished.About Orchids