unclaimed

[ US /ənˈkɫeɪmd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnklˈe‍ɪmd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not claimed or called for by an owner or assignee
    unclaimed luggage
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How To Use unclaimed In A Sentence

  • The unclaimed jewellery was part of the estimated £60m haul taken from the Knightsbridge Security deposit box robbery in 1987.
  • Osborn recently posted all 1.76 million payments state agencies made last fiscal year on a searchable Web site and has returned a record amount of unclaimed property such as uncashed payroll checks and gift cards _ $42 million worth _ during his tenure. phillyBurbs.com: Home RSS feed
  • They play it with the enthusiasm of pioneers coming upon uncharted and unclaimed land.
  • You know all those times when the jackpot goes unclaimed?
  • They can be yours if you are the winning bidder in Rhode Island's unclaimed property auction on eBay. Free shipping! Rhode Island's eBay play
  • While the recriminations continued to fly, hundreds of bodies remained unclaimed in mosques at the pilgrimage site. Times, Sunday Times
  • Meanwhile, he has appealed to churches, community leaders and other stakeholders to help the local authorities address the issue of unclaimed bodies in hospital mortuaries.
  • In addition, the city is violating state law because it hasn't turned over unclaimed property -- such as uncashed income tax refunds -- to the state since 2004, according to state records. detnews.com - Local
  • After going unclaimed for ten days, the dog was euthanized.
  • Some administrative services managers oversee unclaimed property disposal.
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