verb (used with object), e·quipped, e·quip·ping.
Origin of equip
Examples from the Web for unequipped
Other unequipped boys could go in their ordinary "best clothes," but William could not; for, alack!Seventeen|Booth Tarkington
As a national park, though undeveloped and unequipped as yet, Lassen has many charms besides its volcanic phenomena.The Book of the National Parks|Robert Sterling Yard
Then I knew that I had set out strange countries for to see, and that I was all unequipped for so distant a voyage.Tales of Fantasy and Fact|Brander Matthews
The Center was mechanical, and unequipped to hear complaints.Waste Not, Want|Dave Dryfoos
Several hundred men, however, were dismounted, and totally unarmed and unequipped.History of Morgan's Cavalry|Basil W. Duke
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British Dictionary definitions for unequipped (2 of 2)
verb equips, equipping or equipped (tr)
Word Origin for equip
Word Origin and History for unequipped
1520s, from Middle French équiper "to fit out," from Old French esquiper "fit out a ship" (12c.), probably from Old Norse skipa "fit out a ship," from skip "ship" (see ship (n.)). Related: Equipped; equipping. Spanish and Portuguese esquipar are from French.