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Unsettled


UNSET'TLED, participle passive

1. Unfixed; unhinged; rendered fluctuating.

2. adjective Not settled; not fixed; not determined; as doctrines, questions, opinions and the like.

3. Not established.

4. Not regular; unequal; changeable; as an unsettled season; unsettled weather.

5. Not having a legal settlement in a town or parish.

6. Having no fixed place of abode.

7. Not having deposited its fecal matter; turbid; as unsettled liquor.

8. Having no inhabitants; not occupied by permanent inhabitants; as unsettled lands in America.