unallied


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unallied

(ˌʌnəˈlaɪd)
adj
1. not allied; having no ally or alliance
2. not connected or related to something
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Yet some feelings, unallied to the dross of human nature, beat even in these rugged bosoms.
While in their cradles, we planned the union: and now, at the moment when the wishes of both sisters would be accomplished in their marriage, to be prevented by a young woman of inferior birth, of no importance in the world, and wholly unallied to the family
The Pirate Party is the biggest gainer from the election, but is matched by the unallied Regeneration party which has also gained seven seats, up from zero in the last election.
There are also those unallied to development per se, but nonetheless concerned with the human condition such as Habermas' (1972) social theory of knowledge-constituting human interests.
The mean premiums for allied and unallied subsidiary targets are similar, whereas the median premium for non-allied subsidiaries (1.
Unallied countries Conference of 1964 in Cairo emphasized the idea that force can manifest in various forms both militarily and politically or economically, and all these manifestations of force are prohibited.
Unaffected by fashion in the plastic arts and unallied to any group of contemporary potters, her subject matter for drawing, leading on to her work in clay, is a limited range of natural forms and ancient man-made artefacts.
But, of course, there was no firm ground in these arguments for any colonists unallied with the English court.
Notwithstanding, the same morphology that coordinates and allows the application of forms of network power has an unallied or infrastructural quality and can provide the same enabling capacity to acts of counterpower and horizontal mobilisation.
In other words, from the evident need for dispersed and limited powers of influence to be exercised informally by a great many unallied individuals and groups, he deduced a need for complete top-down management of the behavior of every single person by a collective authority with seemingly totalitarian powers.
The immensity of these aerial summits excited, when they suddenly burst upon the sight, a sentiment of extatic wonder, not unallied to madness.
He discusses in depth the earliest configuration of unallied tribes in the land and the religion of Yahweh among these tribes.