unseconded


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unseconded

(ʌnˈsɛkəndɪd)
adj
1. unsupported
2. obsolete not equalled
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The third formula is an affirmation of tawhid: 'There is no god but God, alone, unseconded.
Huntley, who isolates several exemplary passages, such as "the story of a woman who got pregnant from taking a bath," a phenomenon described by Browne as "a new and unseconded way in History to fornicate at a distance" (170-71).