One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Not physically moved from a place or position; not taken away, lifted off, or displaced.
2Of a quality, condition, etc., especially one that is harmful or undesirable: not eliminated, done away with, or got rid of; not stopped, cancelled, or alleviated.
3Chiefly poetic. Fixed in place; firmly grounded or stationed. Now rare.
Late Middle English. From un- + remove + -ed. Compare removed.
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