from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not posted; unsent, unmailed.
- adj. Not assigned to a military post.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not having a fixed post or situation.
- Not posted or informed.
It took me just under an hour to finish this list. but I'm lazy; I cribbed 10 of these things from an unposted meme from 2006.
Personally, my favorite “villains” are Claer and Nor from my unposted work, Between Light and Darkness.
Last year, after we spent Halloween at the Steel Yard, I promised photographs, and for a solid year, they have been sitting on my iMac's desktop, unposted.
Yes | No | Report from Jim in Mo. wrote 1 year 36 weeks ago unposted, Normally I don't respond to people who don't post their name but you brought up a topic I'm involved in.
Oh, I meant my second comment would sound silly if in fact you had a bunch of unposted comments and I was remarking on the lack of response.
Networking can be a powerful way to dig up unposted jobs and opportunities.
This update won't require you to re-download your account, and it won't affect your comments and unposted changes.
Unlike our last release, this update won't affect your comments or unposted changes.
Before you upgrade, be sure to export an archive of your account in order to preserve comments and unposted changes.
Target does have an unposted exception that lets shoppers return items twice in 12 months without a receipt, but only if the transaction is no more than $35.
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