unreformed

[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪfˈɔːmd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. unaffected by the Reformation
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How To Use unreformed In A Sentence

  • At the very least, it would provide a courtroom ding-dong that would expose Hitler either as an unreformed thug to his big-money, bourgeois backers or as a turncoat wuss to the millions of Brown Shirt maniacs who were out spreading mayhem and fear in his name. Rewind TV: The Man Who Crossed Hitler; Hans Litten vs Adolf Hitler: To Stop a Tyrant; Random; American: The Bill Hicks Story; The Hour – review
  • How else can we explain disastrously flooding and unreformed NHS with tax booty unless they really believed the Tories were trying to starve it to death? Archive 2007-03-04
  • He learnt weaving and bricklaying, but left unreformed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Throwing good money after bad, into the black hole of the stubbornly unreformed, bureaucratic, top-heavy NHS is a cruelty, not a kindness, to patients.
  • But the face of Oolanga, as his master called him, was unreformed, unsoftened savage, and inherent in it were all the hideous possibilities of a lost, devil-ridden child of the forest and the swamp — the lowest of all created things that could be regarded as in some form ostensibly human. The Lair of the White Worm
  • But it will do nothing whatever to fast-track Scottish patients within our unreformed health service or to help our badly beleaguered schools.
  • The inescapable conclusion is that the man's an unreformed fascist.
  • The world class health service promised by Bertie Ahern has yet to emerge from the unreformed structure of the Irish health delivery service.
  • It proves exactly what every non-doctrinaire informed commentator has told politicians: throwing money at unreformed public services solves little.
  • Look at the spending challenge facing our unreformed health and education systems. Times, Sunday Times
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