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- adj. Not filled
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unfill.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of purchase orders that have not been filled
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Maybe they will remain unfilled (leaving the theists holes) or they will get filled eventually.
The seat will remain unfilled for several more days until Franken officially takes the oath of office next week, when Congress returns from the July 4 recess.
Key positions remain unfilled to the consternation and confusion of our allies around the world.
The White House has not yet announced a third choice, meaning that “the job is likely to remain unfilled for months to come.”
Two-thirds of the 119 budgeted city government jobs remain unfilled, despite generous U. S.-funded salaries, as municipal workers are assassinated or quit under what they say are Taliban threats.
Internal State Department documents listing the PRT jobs, dated March 30, reveal that the vast majority of them remain unfilled.
At kickoff, 820 seats were left unfilled, meaning that the game was blacked out in the Dallas area.
If she hangs around with you all much longer, I think she will … broken dreams of unfilled liberalism and all that.
“If she hangs around with you all much longer, I think she will … broken dreams of unfilled liberalism and all that.”
That's because thousands of laborers from south of the border have been scared away by U.S. immigration laws, leaving unfilled tens of thousands of jobs that few Americans seem to want.
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