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Definition of "unreformed" []

  • Not having given up a reprehensible habit or immoral way of life (adjective)
  • Not improved by alteration or correction of abuses (adjective)
  • Not reformed (adjective)

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Use "unreformed" in a sentence
  • "His enablers, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, remain unreformed and continue to distort the American mortgage market even as they consume a taxpayer bailout."
  • "Â Economies remain unreformed, distorted and dependent."
  • "Secondly, 'unreformed' public services - by introducing more choice, competition and non-state collective provision."