• (adj): Not yet used or soiled.
    Example: "An unused envelope"
    Synonyms: fresh
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on unused:

Joseph Konopka - Arrest
... he was caught hoarding potassium cyanide and sodium cyanide in an unused Chicago Transit Authority storeroom in the Chicago 'L' Blue Line subway ... doors in the tunnels, then changed the locks so that he could access the unused rooms freely ... obtain information on how to access the large network of unused tunnels and abandoned rooms on Chicago's transit system as well as to lure juveniles to help him ...
List Of Storms In The 2001 Atlantic Hurricane Season - Storm Names
... Chantal Dean Erin Felix Gabrielle Humberto Iris Jerry Karen Lorenzo Michelle Noel Olga Pablo (unused) Rebekah (unused) Sebastien (unused) Tanya (unused) Van (unused) Wendy (unused) ...
List Of Churches In Cheshire - Redundant Churches
... Primitive Methodist Chapel, Nantwich (part residential, part unused) Wesleyan Methodist Church, Nantwich (unused) Christ Church, Weston Point, Runcorn (unused ...
Hurricane Karl (1998) - Storm Names
... Danielle Earl Frances Georges Hermine Ivan Jeanne Karl Lisa Mitch Nicole Otto (unused) Paula (unused) Richard (unused) Shary (unused) Tomas (unused) Virginie (unused) Walter (unuse ...
List Of Unused Roads In The United Kingdom
... An unused road is a road or slip road that was partially or fully constructed but was unused or later closed ... An unused ramp can be referred to as a stub ramp, stub street, stub-out, or simply stub ...

More definitions of "unused":

  • (adj): Not yet put into use.
    Example: "We boughtt an unused car for a change"
  • (adj): Not in active use.
    Synonyms: idle

Famous quotes containing the word unused:

    For America is a lady rocking on a porch in an unpainted house on an unused road but Anne does not see it.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    Without comprehension, the immigrant would forever remain shut—a stranger in America. Until America can release the heart as well as train the hand of the immigrant, he would forever remain driven back upon himself, corroded by the very richness of the unused gifts within his soul.
    Anzia Yezierska (1881?–1970)

    It is the will of God that we must have critics, and missionaries, and Congressmen, and humorists, and we must bear the burden. Meantime, I seem to have been drifting into criticism myself. But that is nothing. At the worst, criticism is nothing more than a crime, and I am not unused to that.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)