How To Use Untried In A Sentence

  • He was an untried prime minister in 1999 when, in response to a wave of apartment bombings that carved through Moscow, he sent troops into the province.
  • The great compulsory voting experiment is unravelling and all that he (the Elections Minister) can offer is bland reassurance that an untried system will cope.
  • We get the wine we deserve if we continue to support wineries that demand high prices for untried products.
  • This strain of conservatism prefers stability to change, continuity to experiment, and the tried to the untried.
  • An untried prisoner shall be allowed to wear his own clothing if it is clean and suitable.
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  • Now a staple part of astronaut preparation, it was new and untried back then. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is a new and relatively untried procedure.
  • And as the first machine to use the new, ARM-based Palm OS, the T contained a lot of untried, unproven technology.
  • “Silence, Campo-Basso,” said the Duke, “and be assured you serve a prince. who knows your worth too well to exchange it for the untried and untrustful services of those, whom we have only known as vexatious and malignant neighbors.” Anne of Geierstein
  • This is the culmination of a punitive regime which has gone on for 10 months under which, although untried and unconvicted, he is not allowed to sleep or exercise in his cell during the day, is denied any personal possessions and is barred from conversing with the guards. Bradley Manning: Cruel and unusual | Editorial
  • I did not leave untried," says he, "whether, by assuming a horizontal refraction according to the density of the medium, the rest would correspond to the sines of the distances from a vertical direction, but calculation proved that it was not so: and, indeed, there was no occasion to have tried it, for thus the _refraction would increase according to the same law in all mediums, which is contradicted by experiment_. The Martyrs of Science, or, The lives of Galileo, Tycho Brahe, and Kepler
  • The almost untried Belarusian crew, who never got to test their boat speed at Munich, after being disqualified for an underweight boat, took an early lead.
  • The young girl sat still and dreamed that the old world was as young as she, and that in its soft bosom there were exquisite sweetnesses untried, and soft yearnings for a beautiful unknown, and little pulses that could quicken with foretasted joy which only needed face and name to take angelic shape of present love. Adam Johnstone's Son
  • It led to the production of the first chipped flint in the Eolithic Age; it invented the wheel and the sail, it discovered the Arts, in their crudest form, of smelting, forging, weaving and husbandry in the early dawn of our civilization; and it is today as eager as ever, if opportunity allows, to explore the unknown and investigate the untried for the very peculiar reward, the mental satisfaction it gives, which can never be measured by any pecuniary or social standard. The Research Council and Its Work
  • Furthermore, said this grudger, that though the said youth was a tall lad of his inches, and strong and well-knit, he was all untried, and yet was he shoving aside older and well-proven men in the favour of the Knight of Longshaw. The Sundering Flood
  • Few funders are prepared to back a new, untried idea. Times, Sunday Times
  • In August 1940, however, the virtually untried matrix of technology meshed successfully together.
  • Number eight Ben McCalman will again deputise for Pocock as coach Robbie Deans gave a number of untried squad members a chance to impress against the U.S. Eagles. Pocock rested again for Wallabies' U.S. clash
  • an untried procedure
  • The result was an unprecedented list of vendors signing on to support this yet untried tape technology.
  • Although untried and relatively inexperienced, the first-term senator had a near-perfect profile.
  • All the actors were there: the chief of police; the head of the army corps; a representative of the governor, who was away on vacation; the Canadian battle group; the Canadian Provincial Reconstruction Team; U.S. police trainers and Special Forces officers; the untried son of Mullah Naqib. Afstan: Pessimism from people on the ground
  • It is hugely ambitious to have this many acts on the bill and to get decent sound checks, but adding the rehearsing of new numbers and attempting untried collaborations makes it nearly impossible.
  • I doubted that he'd test an untried legal theory against the nation's biggest gun manufacturers.
  • It was, therefore, not merely pleasantly surprising, though hardly world-changing, that a largely untried side directed by the national coach could appear co-ordinated against a capable Denmark on Wednesday.
  • The real irony of the situation at Barlinnie is that untried, unconvicted prisoners face the worst conditions.
  • Instead of untried young men, we were at last to have a pro, and moreover, one with an excellent voice.
  • Is he too untried, too inexperienced? Times, Sunday Times
  • A plough is a costly machine, and an iron-shod coulter on new and untried ground might well be vulnerable. The Potter's Field
  • Thousands had been languishing there, untried, for several years and few could expect a trial in the country's hard-stretched courts any time in the next twenty to thirty years.
  • I have an affection for the road yet (though it is not so pleasant a road as it was then), formed in the impressibility of untried youth and hope. Great Expectations
  • For a crop of talented, but untried and inexperienced teenagers he became the man they looked up to above all others.
  • No matter how experienced, enthusiastic or enterprising entrepreneurs are, any attempt to open a new beauty salon at an untried location is a mighty challenge.
  • With the youngest manager in the Football League and an untried and tested squad, the pundits were fighting over themselves to measure-up the Minstermen for their relegation coffins.
  • He was young and untried, with no reputation of his own.
  • In their places for the home side, a motley collection of untried young players and expensive misfits. Times, Sunday Times
  • You are approached by a small firm with an untried product line that wants to issue some junior unsecured debt. Principles of Corporate Finance
  • The government's main objective in providing this incentive is to attract previously untried methods and technologies into the country.
  • At the time we considered that this represented an untried and untested area. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are also untested and untried and it will be up to the holder to decide how best to do the job. Times, Sunday Times
  • Troopers aboard untried war horses simply had no chance against heavily armored tank divisions.
  • Martin O'Neill is odds-on favourite to replace him, with Mark Hughes also heavily backed, but my money's on the Mackem's going for untried local pyramid inverter Jonathan Wilson, who would probably like me to steer anyone looking for a nice Christmas stocking-sized present for that special somebody in their life in the direction of his new biography of Brian Clough. Manchester United v Crystal Palace
  • Now a staple part of astronaut preparation, it was new and untried back then. Times, Sunday Times
  • She chose two untried actors for the leading roles.
  • We were fighting with untried, young horses that weren't ready to go to the Olympics.
  • You are both young and your relationship untested and untried. The Sun
  • They are untried and untested, and New Zealand patients will be the guinea pigs.
  • The real wildness, it suggests, is here where the great pharmaceutical multinationals have been happily dumping suspect, untried and overpriced drugs onto the vulnerable African market.
  • an illustrator untried in mural painting
  • His figures more likely referred to the number of untried prisoners; remands, however, include people who are convicted but awaiting sentence, many of whom will not end up with a custodial penalty.
  • This is a new and relatively untried procedure.
  • Upon arriving in Georgia she was led to enjoy the contrast between the snow-clad hills of New England, to which she had bidden "adieu" a few days previous, and the mild atmosphere of a hitherto untried latitude. Bond and Free: A Tale of the South
  • However, we were but callow, untried amateurs back then.
  • Any company thinks twice these days before taking anybody on, especially anybody young and untried. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is very doubtful whether, to an untried or a young man, the warnings of Solomon, or the outpourings of that griefful prophet whose name now passes for a lamentation, have done much good. Brave Men and Women
  • Such has been the growth of Danny's fame that nowadays he could even manage to test the untried waters by charging K30,000 for his show, charges that his peers can only dream of.
  • President, regarding these appointments; but the verdict of army and people was that _these first_ selections were made with as much judgment and impartiality as the untried state of the army permitted. Four Years in Rebel Capitals An Inside View of Life in the Southern Confederacy from Birth to Death
  • Even if you think, as I do, that these are both improvements, I don't think they are reason enough to replace someone who is clearly successful and performing well with somebody untried, just for the sake of it.
  • This unknown, untried dealmaker applied for and received a 40 - year tax abatement from the City.
  • With a couple of exceptions it's an untried and untested team that takes the court against Chester at the Northgate Arena.
  • In their places for the home side, a motley collection of untried young players and expensive misfits. Times, Sunday Times
  • Could this untried youngster pull off a lead role in a Broadway play? people sitting in on rehearsals asked the director.
  • You are a gambler and an adventurer at heart, one who loves to take risks, to discover and explore new worlds, and to take the untried path rather than the safe, reliable one.
  • And I would argue unethical, to use those existing rules to force an untried, uninsured experimental technology on the public and the environment of the world.
  • So our conclusion is it cannot necessarily be right to criminalise one activity, which has seemed to work quite well, on the basis that it might be possible to achieve the same result by some other as yet untried method.
  • The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult and left untried. G.K. Chesterton 
  • As many pictures as have been given of my father, how like him soever in different airs and attitudes, — not one, or all of them, can ever help the reader to any kind of preconception of how my father would think, speak, or act, upon any untried occasion or occurrence of life. — The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman
  • She was always at work, unresting, unhasting, and, although weary and worn with the interminable delay, neither she nor any member of the committee left any honorable means untried in order to secure what was so vitally necessary to the very existence of this board during the exposition. Final Report of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Commission
  • The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult and left untried. G.K. Chesterton 
  • As if that were not enough, it keeps its eye on the fate of political prisoners and other untried detainees in 65 countries and runs 16 major hospitals in Africa and Asia.
  • The hardware, the software and even the astrodynamics involved were new and largely untried. Star Performer
  • In some cases, whole units disappeared, to be replaced by untrained and untried fillers.
  • This is a new and untried relationship. The Sun
  • The teachers were native speakers of the language, and the materials used were so systematized and the directions so precise that it was possible to employ quite young and relatively untried people as teachers.
  • The French labour regulations make employment of untried persons completely uneconomic for them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now a staple part of astronaut preparation, it was new and untried back then. Times, Sunday Times
  • The French labour regulations make employment of untried persons completely uneconomic for them. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is also inexperienced, untried and untested. Times, Sunday Times

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