unsolved

[ UK /ʌnsˈɒlvd/ ]
[ US /ənˈsɑɫvd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not solved
    many crimes remain unsolved
    many problems remain unresolved
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How To Use unsolved In A Sentence

  • Police may now reinvestigate her unsolved murder.
  • The case remains officially unsolved by Scotland Yard. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is hoped prisoners can provide information about unsolved cases and will call a free Crimestoppers number. Times, Sunday Times
  • This will almost certainly be reflected in a rise in unsolved cases and more miscarriages of justice. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Poincaré Conjecture remained unsolved during the entire twentieth century and defeated the efforts of many of the best topologists and geometers of the time.
  • This remains an unsolved murder investigation. The Sun
  • In a similar way it is possible to phrase many other unsolved mathematical problems in terms of the Turing machine halting problem.
  • According to one law enforcement source, the investigation into the 13-year-old unsolved case was "reinvigorated" months ago as a result of new information, but the source would not elaborate further because of the ongoing investigation that includes the Los Angeles Police Department, L.A. Notorious B.I.G. Murder Investigation 'Reinvigorated' After New Information
  • The flying saucer is yet an unsolved mystery.
  • BLYTHE • They're one of the few unsolved mysteries of modern archaeology - pieces of history preserved in the desert on a mesa of the Big Maria Mountains north of Blythe. Victorville Daily Press :
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