uncharged

[uhn-chahrjd]
adjective
not charged, especially with electricity; electrically neutral: an uncharged battery; an uncharged particle.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English: unburdened, uncalled; see un-1, charged

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uncharge

[uhn-chahrj]
verb (used with object), uncharged, uncharging. Obsolete.
to acquit.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English unchargen; see un-2, charge

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uncharged (ʌnˈtʃɑːdʒd)
 
adj
1.  (of land or other property) not subject to a charge
2.  having no electric charge; neutral
3.  archaic (of a firearm) not loaded

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Example sentences
More than a few guilty persons have gone uncharged or un-convicted.
More than once before now police have burst into homes and hauled away suspects
  only to return them later, uncharged.
We ordered enough food for a small army, but they kept bringing more, unordered
  and uncharged.
The panel is green at a positive voltage, blue when uncharged, and pink when
  negative.
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