Simple past tense and past participle of unmortgage. (verb)
Not subject to a mortgage. (adjective)
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Use "unmortgaged" in a sentence
"In sum, natural independence and/or communal enfranchisement upon a rent-free, unmortgaged, plot is not a condition which defines wage-laboring majorities in the post-industrial age."
"The Nation, unmortgaged to any economic interest or political power, will continue to challenge our downsized politics of excluded alternatives, propose bold ideas, ferret out the truth, expose corruption and abuse of power, and hold our politicians accountable."
"The wealthy and I include among these the unmortgaged-to-the-hilt owners of more than one sizeable property and the discreetly wealthy with hundred-thousand-euro-plus annual incomes, as well as the more obvious million- and billionaires, however; the wealthy seem only to get wealthier."