undischarged : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s owed as a debt
- s still capable of exploding or being fired
- It was brought out, however, that he was an undischarged bankrupt.
- When President Kennedy died in Dallas, White House Correspondent Tom Wicker had on his desk, undischarged, the duty of updating the Kennedy obituary.
- While he was in Amsterdam getting material for this book he tried to raise money to pay Rembrandt's debts, rehabilitate the 300-year-old undischarged bankrupt.