Definitions

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  • adj. Not partitioned.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not divided by partitions

Etymologies

un- +‎ partitioned (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • But here's the part you can't read about anywhere: once you start the virtual Windows back up, it views that new space as "unpartitioned", meaning that you can't use it for anything yet.

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  • Then once deleted, you will have a large amount of "unpartitioned" spave for you to choose.

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  • Worst case, if awakened too late a dream traveler could end up in a sort of electronic limbo of 1s and 0s like a defragmented or unpartitioned part of a hard drive.

    Robert Weller: Dream Sharing: Inception

  • He dwelt in the house of universal vajra, in space, immaterial and very lucid, unpartitioned and radiant.

    Kalachakra Initiations by His Holiness the Dalai Lama

  • When I set this laptop up years ago while still working for ITRU, I left a few gigs unpartitioned.

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  • The Underground dispersal centre was a warehouse; three wide floors, unpartitioned, with boarded windows, joined by an iron staircase.

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  • The office spread out unpartitioned behind her -- all cabinet rows, cubicles and conference rooms.

    American Tabloid

  • An unpartitioned second floor is an idea that worked when William Levitt introduced the unfinished attic in his Cape Cod house, and it is still useful in reducing the initial construction cost of a house.

    Living Smaller

  • One way to accommodate this diversity is to leave part of the house unpartitioned — in effect, to create a loft space.

    Living Smaller

  • The Grow Home was small (1,000 square feet); it included unpartitioned space; it was adaptable to different households; it used good-quality finishes and materials.

    Living Smaller

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