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unpledged

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈplɛdʒd
 
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Definition of unpledged in English:

adjective

1Not bound by a pledge or promise to someone; uncommitted: unpledged delegates who can vote which way they want
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  • I sense it will be mere minutes before we start hearing from the frat boys who are overlooked in favor of younger, unpledged boys.
  • We have the superdelegates who are the 796 folks who are unpledged.
  • It's the question unpledged superdelegates want answered.
1.1(Of resources) not pledged or set aside for future use: cash and unpledged investments totalled $68 million
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  • It is unclear to me if the $13 million is actually unpledged cash or if it should be held in pledged deposits.
  • After the pledging, the three promoters are left with unpledged shares of 6.61 percent each, or together 19.83 per cent stake in the company.
  • They are assumed to share a ratable claim on the unpledged value of the company with other unsecured creditors.

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