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unpaid

adjective as in free, voluntary

adjective as in not settled; taken without remuneration

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But outside of a few European countries and Quebec, this leave is usually two weeks or less and usually unpaid.

I recently got asked by an administrator at the Library of Congress to do unpaid labor for its website.

(1)  Only charities and non-profits should ask for unpaid workers to staff their operations or undertake time-consuming projects.

Burt is part of an informal, unpaid foreign policy team who regularly briefs Paul on international issues.

Felicia Allen took the store to court, alleging she was terminated for trying to take unpaid time off to have her baby.

An unpaid promissory note is an executory contract, when paid it becomes an executed one.

His passage-money being unpaid, a chance friend enabled him to leave the ship.

Nor when either of them was resorted to, seeing that any one of them was warranted, was the vow left unpaid.

In both the borrower of money pledges his property as security while the money remains unpaid.

The village schoolmasters, uneducated themselves, and mostly unpaid, make but a feeble impression.

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On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unpaid, such as: contributed, donated, due, freewilled, gratuitous, and honorary.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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