unopened

[ UK /ʌnˈə‍ʊpənd/ ]
[ US /əˈnoʊpənd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not yet opened or unsealed
    unopened Christmas presents
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How To Use unopened In A Sentence

  • Mr. SOARIES: Robert Tilton, Robert Tilton is a so-called televangelist who was discovered to have gotten prayer requests accompanied by money and then when an investigative reporter went behind his church he found all of those prayer requests dumped unopened. NPR Topics: News
  • In the not too distant future one morning all her friends are going to wake up to find that her status is six unopened milk bottles. The Sun
  • The letter lay unopened in the travel firm's pigeonhole.
  • It is not an easy thing for a club to do, especially when the trophy cabinet remains unopened. The Sun
  • You can count the number of unopened/uncast ballots at the end of the night, compare them to the number of cast/spoiled ballots, and know that you finished with the same number you started with. Tim Hugo's Future Chaos
  • Once he was sure he was out of eyeshot of the tobacconist he dropped the pack of cigarettes, unopened, into one of the discreetly placed rubbish bins surrounded by unnaturally flourishing pot plants.
  • This is despite the box being unopened. The Sun
  • Catherine put all the envelopes aside unopened.
  • Yet somehow I possess a drawerful of new, unopened examples of these useless items of male apparel. Forced Merriment: The True Spirit of Christmas
  • He looked at him, mentally debating his public duty, then greed won and he took down a fresh unopened bottle from the shelf and pulled a couple of tankards of lager from the pump.
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