unsold

[ US /ənˈsoʊɫd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnsˈə‍ʊld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not disposed of by purchase
    the house has been on the market almost a year and is still unsold
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How To Use unsold In A Sentence

  • If the property remains unsold after the auction i.e. your bid was below the reserve price, speak to the auctioneer to register your interest before leaving the saleroom.
  • The elector, incensed at the unsoldierly destruction, challenged the mares-chal to a single combat. Sir Charles Grandison
  • Developers and speculators were left holding thousands of new unsold condos creating the greatest buyer's market ever experienced in this part of the world, i.e. the supply (glut) of new condos far outnumbers the demand. Herd Mentality As it Applies to Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • The two unsold detached villas have asking prices of 19,350 and 19,651 yuan a square metre.
  • Prices have been cut by developers anxious to offload unsold apartments.
  • He says it pains him to see workers at the store throw out unsold perishables like roasted chicken at the end of the night. Grocery Store Workers Go On Hunger Strike Over Stagnant Wages
  • Prices have been cut by developers anxious to offload unsold apartments.
  • Vacations To Go approached the cruise lines with a way for them to sell their unsold cabins at a deep discount without affecting their full price market.
  • But as a family member recalled, “Like a comet Gen. Stuart was gone, nor would he allow any of his train to remain saying that it was unsoldierly to sleep in a house.” Cavalryman of the Lost Cause
  • Burned in recent years by huge unsold inventories of movie merchandise and fearful of the slowing economy, everyone from toymakers and retailers to moviemakers has cut back.
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