Unpaid synonyms

ŭn-pād'

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Still in existence; not settled or resolved:
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Likely to change or vary; variable:
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In accord with right, convention, or courtesy; appropriate:
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Owed; said of debts
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Owed; said of debts
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That owes.
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Overdue in payment:
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Not reimbursed; said of creditors
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(Law) Without legal obligation or consideration:
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(Law) done without fee, generally for clients of humble means
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Working without salary
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Not called for by the circumstances; uncalled-for; without reason, cause, or proof; adopted or asserted without any good ground; unjustified.
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Comfortable and at ease, especially after a period of change or unrest.
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Of or relating to the occasional use of drugs for pleasure or intoxication.
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Owed; said of debts
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Past the time for payment
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Not reimbursed; said of creditors
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Without a salary.
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Not fed
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Composed of volunteers, as an army
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Created, done, or populated by amateurs or non-professionals.
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Freely given or done; voluntary
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The definition of paid is a something that's been taken care of by payment or is included with salary.
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Owed; said of debts
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Owed; said of debts
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Not reimbursed; said of creditors
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That which is to be paid.
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Still to be paid; owed as a debt.
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Suitable for acceptance
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Not having been compensated; serving without compensation; unpaid.
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Pertaining to or requiring payment.
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Designating or of heavy-duty clothing designed for wear while engaged in manual or outdoor labor
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Working without salary
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Not reimbursed; said of creditors
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Designating an office or position held as an honor only, without service or pay
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Find another word for unpaid. In this page you can discover 44 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for unpaid, like: outstanding, unsettled, due, sick-leave, past due, not discharged, owed, delinquent, unindemnified, voluntary and pro-bono.