Definition of unliberated in English:

unliberated

adjective

  • (of a person or their behaviour) not liberated.

    ‘unliberated attitudes’
    • ‘Some schools hold the view that liberated beings may voluntarily return to the physical universe in order to help those who are as yet unliberated.’
    • ‘In the end, though, Smith was beginning to realise the futility of trying to liberate a proletariat that seemed quite content to remain unliberated.’
    • ‘It's enough to just think in a certain way, slap yourself on the back, and pity the uneducated, unliberated denizens of mainstream culture.’
    • ‘India Bridge is a decent woman, hopefully naïve, willfully unliberated, cursed with a brain she is afraid to use and time that she cannot manage to fill.’
    • ‘To all other extents I'm a modern, independent sort of gal… to take my husband's name seems so old-fashioned, so incredibly unliberated.’
    • ‘Though she doesn't often admit it because it sounds so unliberated for a modern woman, finding a husband has always been foremost in her mind.’
    • ‘Please subdue your unliberated accomplice and bring him to the Correctional Facility for immediate Liberation at this time!’
    • ‘It is not about being prudish, or easily embarrassed, or unliberated.’
    • ‘In other words, women get emancipated but remain unliberated.’
    • ‘It was an image that appealed to both men and women in the unliberated days of the 1930s through the 1950s.’
    • ‘In various passages from her autobiography, Hepburn, the daughter of a suffragist and birth-control crusader, sounds disconcertingly unliberated.’
    • ‘These unliberated tendencies irritate some feminists to the point of recklessness.’
    • ‘Although women have advanced, Wolf contends that, ‘in terms of how we feel about ourselves physically, we may actually be worse off than our unliberated grandmothers.’’

Pronunciation

unliberated

/ʌnˈlɪbəreɪtɪd/