uncollected

[ US /ənkəˈɫɛktɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkəlˈɛktɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not brought together in one place
    uncollected garbage in the streets
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How To Use uncollected In A Sentence

  • The debt-resale market "mushroomed" from 2003 to 2007 as companies realized they could make extra money by selling their uncollected debts, said Rozanne Andersen, executive vice president of ACA International, the Minneapolis-based collection-industry trade group. ScrippsNews
  • His uncollected journalism can "exhume" the social good that Jack London did. Dan Wichlan Collection
  • Manchester performed worst in the table with 10.4 per cent of council tax going uncollected while Eden in Cumbria came top with just 0.6 per cent.
  • The Child Support Agency left £3bn uncollected.
  • uncollected garbage in the streets
  • And many homes have uncollected and unsystematized interest from potential buyers. Q&A;: Zillow's Rich Barton on Real Estate, AI and Basement Floods
  • First they concentrated on the areas most urgently affected by uncollected garbage – Dha - ka's slums.
  • The second problem is the percentage of uncollected loans in banks which increased to $144 million in 2003, thus forming about 13 per cent of the total granted credit.
  • All uncollected prizes for art, poetry, and penmanship can be collected from the parish office.
  • As much as anything else, he thought, it was the small things that were disturbing: the unmown grass at the park, the weeds protruding from the asphalt in the bank parking lot, the garbage cans lining the streets, filled with uncollected trash -- insignificant items on the surface, but telltale signs that something was seriously amiss. Baby Games
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