unweighed

[ uhn-weyd ]
/ ʌnˈweɪd /

adjective

not weighed, as for poundage.
not carefully thought about, as statements or opinions.

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Origin of unweighed

First recorded in 1475–85; un-1 + weigh1 + -ed2
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Example sentences from the Web for unweighed

  • There was no abstraction about Letitia, no cursory, unweighed chattering of things so obvious as to need no comment.

    Miss Primrose|Roy Rolfe Gilson
  • All my life-service is unweighed against that faithless hour of my forswearing.

  • And now it seemed to me as if my riding cap was heavy with undeveloped bulbs, uncrystallized sugar, unweighed green tea.

    Daisy|Elizabeth Wetherell
  • What an unweighed behaviour hath 20 this Flemish drunkard picked—with the devils name!

    The Merry Wives of Windsor|William Shakespeare

British Dictionary definitions for unweighed

unweighed
/ (ʌnˈweɪd) /

adjective

(of quantities purchased, etc) not measured for weight
(of statements, etc) not carefully considered
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