unanswered

[ US /ˌəˈnænsɝd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnˈɑːnsəd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not returned in kind
    unrequited (unanswered) love
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How To Use unanswered In A Sentence

  • Just why the politician who destroyed his premiership crusading against dictators wilfully became a servant to them remains unanswered. Times, Sunday Times
  • They're looking to solve the mystery, and there are a lot of questions that are unanswered right now.
  • If it has to be, amen, but that would also be the end to my personal unanswered prayer.
  • Alas, nearly every question that I raised in my last letter remain unanswered.
  • Least successful are the Bacon triptychs, which leave unanswered what is made of the displacement of a gay artist's male subjects by female protagonists.
  • You can accept your moldy old science with its unanswered questions and stupid bland facts and its ‘rigorous analytical processes.’
  • He certainly raises many grand questions that get lightly addressed or go unanswered. Christianity Today
  • It also posed one of the great unanswered questions of recent film romances - did they meet again?
  • These are important unanswered questions for the Government. Times, Sunday Times
  • He left his cryptic crossword on the desk, with two clues still unanswered.
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