undebated

undebated

(ˌʌndɪˈbeɪtɪd)
adj
uncontested
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In contrast the Brexiteers should be honoured, they seek freedom, the freedom to trade with other countries, rid of the stupidities and thousands of undebated rules of the collectivist state of the European Union.
Without careful planning, parliamentary time may be squandered and a government's legislation may go undebated or fail to complete the legislative process prior to dissolution.
The content of the leak went undebated and no accountability or defence was asked from the party accused.
Even if the structure has been adjusted to funding by the EU and the benefit of being funded by the European Regional Development Fund is undebated, there are many indications that the EUREGIO, just like other older Euregional structures, have developed an identity of their own and would have developed further even without money from Brussels.
Five years ago, we had an essentially undebated bipartisan consensus for much higher legal immigration amid public inattention to the issue.
of its own Members." (18) This largely unexamined and undebated provision vest both houses of Congress with the ability to judge the elections and returns of its members without providing clear rules and procedures for resolving disputes.
That being the case, nudges toward rationing in some areas might bring to the surface assumptions and trade-offs that otherwise go undiscussed and undebated. Rationing certainly will not eliminate disagreements, and it could even exacerbate them by bringing them out into the open.
In fact, nothing is left undiscussed and undebated under the Sun today.
Perhaps replacing CCM with a different party would help end the ruling party's perpetual incumbency; the party rotation argument within political scholarship goes nearly undebated. Changing political parties often helps in creating a responsible government due to the parties' fear of losing in the next elections.
The undersecretary --who drafted the bills, which the parliament left undebated for a year--said one curbing pay rises in the public sector was an important parameter which rating companies took into consideration.
The criminal jurisdiction provisions went undebated.
Hercules aside (his demi-god status affords him similar license to the original Greek immortals), it is almost impossible to imagine Homeric heroes being so abused by ancient artists, even if the heroic code's ranking of glory above family was not undebated even within the Iliad itself, and even if the makers of non-sexual artefacts delighted in bringing word and image together.