verb (used with object), en·forced, en·forc·ing.
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Historical Examples of unenforced
But from hour to hour he lingered upon his unenforced resolve.A Chance Acquaintance
W. D. Howells
Statute books are heavily cumbered with laws that are unenforced because public opinion goes counter to them.
On the other hand, the inner sanction, unenforced by any objective form of obligation, has won some big victories.The Bible and Life
Edwin Holt Hughes
The failure of America to rise into the expert level is due to our unenforced higher education.Villa Elsa