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Unprotected vs. Vulnerable

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Unprotectedadjective

Not protected; lacking defence or protection; exposed.

Vulnerableadjective

More or most likely to be exposed to the chance of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally.

‘You are vulnerable to be bullied by someone at school.’;

Unprotectedadjective

lacking protection or defense

Vulnerableadjective

Open to disclosing one's inner thoughts and feelings, acting in spite of one's instinct to self-preservation.

‘It's okay to get vulnerable every now and again.’;

Unprotectedadjective

lacking protection or a guard;

‘an unguarded gate’; ‘his unguarded queen was open to attack’;

Vulnerableadjective

(computing) More likely to be exposed to malicious programs or viruses.

‘a vulnerable PC with no antivirus software’;

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Unprotected

Unprotected is a 1916 American drama silent film directed by James Young, written by James Hatton, and starring Blanche Sweet, Theodore Roberts, Ernest Joy, Tom Forman, Walter Long and Mrs. Lewis McCord.

Vulnerableadjective

Capable of being wounded; susceptible of wounds or external injuries; as, a vulnerable body.

‘Achilles was vulnerable in his heel; and there will be wanting a Paris to infix the dart.’;

Vulnerableadjective

Liable to injury; subject to be affected injuriously; assailable; as, a vulnerable reputation.

‘His skill in finding out the vulnerable parts of strong minds was consummate.’;

Vulnerableadjective

susceptible to attack;

‘a vulnerable bridge’;

Vulnerableadjective

susceptible to criticism or persuasion or temptation;

‘vulnerable to bribery’; ‘an argument vulnerable to refutation’;

Vulnerableadjective

capable of being wounded or hurt;

‘vulnerable parts of the body’;

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Vulnerableadjective

susceptible to physical or emotional injury;

‘at a tender age’;

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