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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunreadun‧read /ˌʌnˈred◂/ adjective  unread books, papers etc have not been read
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unreadA large proportion of the books were most probably unread.Both subscriptions cost about £800 per year and both have the nasty habit of being so voluminous as to go largely unread.There was a pile of unread mail on his desk.In fact, I would not have disturbed those unread pages for the world.Paul sat down and began to make his way through the pile of unread papers on the table.He was a tourist peering over a painter's shoulder as he scanned my unread stack of books.Often they will be left totally unread, unless and until a dispute arises.
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