Origin of uncharged
verb (used with object), un·charged, un·charg·ing. Obsolete.
Origin of uncharge
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Its victims are native born Americans, uncharged with crime.
An uncharged SO4 radicle would react with the water present, and sulphuric acid would be formed and oxygen liberated.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
We say, then, that the grid is uncharged or is at “zero potential,” meaning that it is zero or nothing in possibility.Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son
Ordinarily, the positive and negative charges are equal so that the atom is in a neutral or uncharged condition.Physics
Willis Eugene Tower
According to Symmer, an uncharged body contains an equal quantity of two different electrical fluids.The Story of Great Inventions
Elmer Ellsworth Burns