Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not performed; not done; not executed; not fulfilled; hence, not represented on the stage; unacted: as, the business remains unperformed; an unperformed promise; the play remained unperformed.
- adj. Not performed
- adj. not performed
“Because of demand for his work, the hoard contains no unperformed material, but there are curiosities which may now get a revival.”
“The Flea is considering staging a full production of it or another unperformed play by Inge this fall.”
“So, having listened to this unrehearsed, unperformed play, the writer David Seidler was in the audience, and I got my nice, bold English husband to go up and ask him if he would let Tom see the script, and he said, 'Yes.”
“Anyone still holding a ticket to the unperformed October, 1977, Baton Rouge concert was admitted free, along with a guest, and presented with the tour record Lynyrd Skynyrd 1991.”
“In Vietnam, however, their music remained unperformed until the 1990s.”
“There are unperformed rites and something left wounded and unkilled.”
“Jorge Martin, the composer of "Before Night Falls," wrote it without a commission from an opera house, which is a good way to ensure that your opera languishes, unperformed, in a drawer.”
“Purists have argued it should remain unperformed, but its sensual colouring makes a fine contrast with both the poise of Valses Nobles and the altogether darker tone of La Valse.”
“However busy she was, she knew there was an energy in her still unused, a primary function unperformed.”
“George is one of the staff there, and in the past, he and Ralph were composers - and these listening mirrors seem to let them hear their own unperformed compositions.”
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