Origin of challenged
Examples from the Web for unchallenged
Al-Qaeda overran Lahij on August 11 unchallenged, bombed the buildings specified in the memos, then left.Obama’s ‘Yemen Model’ for the War on ISIS Is a Wreck|Shuaib Almosawa|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One common denominator of super-affluent alpha men is the conviction, unchallenged every day, that the world revolves around them.Tina Brown on Sex, Decorating, and Divorce for Billionaires|Tina Brown|July 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Likud Party has worked to establish facts on the ground that if unchallenged would make a future Palestinian state impossible.U.N. Vote to Recognize Palestine Puts Netanyahu in a Corner|Rula Jebreal|December 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Unchallenged by a competitive industry and unmotivated by a bottom line, federal workers often work fewer hours.Federal Employees Rake in Millions in Added Pay and Bonuses|Daniel Stone|June 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Fast forward 20 years, and nonviolence, once seen as one option among several for the Burmese opposition, is now unchallenged.Burmese Political Prisoners Speak Out In 'Into The Current' Documentary|Peter Popham|March 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His private life is unchallenged, his public policy untried.Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume I (of 3)|James Dennistoun
They had not reached the point of agreement yet, but might they not on some other ground, where they could be unchallenged?The Coast of Chance|Esther Chamberlain
This notion roused my self-control and calmed me till I slipped along like a peaceful thought, unchallenged yet alert.
A strict discipline was maintained, but one day an Enemy passed the outpost, unchallenged of the watchful sentinel.By-Ways of War|James Jeffrey Roche
Paralleling and supplementing family and village, the hui won for itself an unchallenged place in the Chinese social structure.Government in Republican China|Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
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Word Origin and History for unchallenged
as a euphemism for "disabled," 1985, past participle adjective from challenge (v.).