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unused

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunusedun‧used1 /ˌʌnˈjuːzd◂/ ●○○ adjective 🔊 🔊 USE A PERSONnot being used, or never used 🔊 unused land
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unusedIn effect the equivalent of a million pounds-worth of fees went unused.The United States is a vast country with literally hundreds of square miles of land, unwanted and unused.His old car sat in the garage, unused.Unused ammunition was dumped by US planes over Laos.unused ammunitionThe operating system itself would have the ability to purge unused and unwanted programs.Batteries which are unused for long periods may have to be recharged.And you can keep carrying unused home-office deductions forward until you are able to use them.The large batch of Recipe 179 he had made stood unused in the locked room.He felt like a useless and unused link in the chain.He is brimming with unused love, a passion for justice, a need to repent that surpasses what the law ordained.Unused muscles can feel very sore when you start exercising.an unused officethe safe disposal of unused stocks of pharmaceutical productsAny unused wool can be returned to the shop.
unusedun‧used2 /ˌʌnˈjuːst◂/ adjective 🔊 🔊 unused to (doing) something
Examples from the Corpus
unusedIn effect the equivalent of a million pounds-worth of fees went unused.The operating system itself would have the ability to purge unused and unwanted programs.He is brimming with unused love, a passion for justice, a need to repent that surpasses what the law ordained.The tendency for anyone unused to such enormous forces is literally to be thrown over the handlebars.
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