- not burdened or encumbered with a heavy load or with mental or emotional matters, problems, etc.
- not considered important or significant, as one's opinions or sources: an unweighted point of view.
Origin of unweighted
- Skiing. to lessen downward force and friction between the skis and the snow by a quick upward or downward shifting of the body or by using bumps in the terrain.
Origin of unweight
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Examples from the Web for unweighted
The other categories were taken into account, but were unweighted.Most Dysfunctional Star Couples
The Daily Beast
November 3, 2010
We were unweighted, irrationally agile with the slight gravity.
We were unweighted, irrationally agile with this slight gravity.Brigands of the Moon
Fanny Burney proved that entertaining tales, unweighted by heavy moralizing, may be written, adapted to young and old.
Miss Judy's cheerful spirit could no more be held down by ill luck than an unweighted cork can be kept under water.Oldfield
Nancy Huston Banks
He sits on the tradesman's counter and bears down the unweighted scale.