untested

[ US /ənˈtɛstɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌntˈɛstɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not yet proved or subjected to testing
    an untested drug
    an untried procedure
    untested theory
  2. not tried or tested by experience
    still untested in battle
    a young hand at plowing
    an illustrator untried in mural painting
    unseasoned artillery volunteers
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How To Use untested In A Sentence

  • Unless otherwise stated, all code is untested slanter - lol, I didn't think of doing it that way. great idea. AutoHotkey Community
  • These reforms are totally untested and will require a leap of faith on the part of teachers.
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  • I remember with still-swelling pride what special people we were, and the bond—unverbalized, but not untested—that held us together; what a mighty oath we swore to one another, but never said a word. Life Lit by Some Large Vision
  • Untested as of time of press, the sleek-looking box has built-in speakers and a television tuner.
  • Yuri Arbachakov, a talented but untested flyweight.
  • But they're untested, and a team usually can't win without its franchise player.
  • I also had a "klebsiella pneumonia" wound infection, gone untested, and untreated. In Defense of the Hysterectomy
  • If the danger represented by going through an untested box had been presented to him when he'd been a box trooper he'd have gone-unwill­ingly and afraid-but he'd have gone. Behold the Stars
  • By accepting, untested, a story which relied on other people's investigation instead of our own, we had betrayed the very standards which had, at that time, made the paper a byword for integrity.
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