undeprived

undeprived

(ˌʌndɪˈpraɪvd)
adj
not deprived
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Although a temporary deprivation of food can delay development, many insects studied demonstrate a period of increased feeding, which likely enables them to 'catch up' to undeprived individuals (Rollo 1984; Zheng et al.
In addition, the contralateral IC received activity that was either reduced from the deprived ear, had increased suppressive input from the undeprived ear, or both [22].
Furthermore, the act of defending her honor seems to transform him into a wholly different person--the person he would have been in the undeprived bourgeois life he was apparently meant to lead: