Not originated; having existed through all eternity.(adjective)
Not yet made or brought into existence.(adjective)
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Use "unoriginated" in a sentence
"The truth of the matter is that the "unoriginated" [ "accidental," as my son's college anthropology text describes it] application of 'random' to describe genetic changes is a metaphysical corruption politically inserted into neodarwinism for the purpose of denying intelligent agency, and fed to the public as a matter of policy."
"A sign of this shortcoming is to be seen in the shared presupposition of Plato and Aristotle that matter is unoriginated."
"That does not undermine the doctrine of the monarchy of the Father 'DMF' for short because the posited senses in which the Son and the Holy Spirit have to do with each others' origination is not that of ekporeusis, which belongs exclusively to the Father as the only unoriginated person."