- adj. Not (yet) repaired
- adj. unserviceable because necessary repairs have not been made
“The widow who lets her house and grounds go untended and unrepaired is consuming her capital.”
“The decades have rolled by like so many state "Welcome To ..." signs, and the years have sped along fueled by many causes, loves and regrets, among the latter a falling out with Teddy -- all my fault -- that remains unrepaired.”
“Lining the only road into Charleston, she says -- the first thing tourists see -- are dilapidated buildings, unrepaired because the owners both can't afford to meet the BAR's standards, or just bulldoze them”
“The Libyan leader gave his speech Tuesday in front of one of his Tripoli residences that was bombed by U.S. forces in 1986 and left unrepaired.”
“Ulisa Rios , a tenant in one of the buildings, said the ceiling of her bathroom collapsed due to an unrepaired leak.”
“He spoke from a podium in the entrance of his bombed-out Tripoli residence, which was hit by U.S. airstrikes in the 1980s in retaliation for Libyan-sponsored terror attacks and left unrepaired.”
“Nothing jarring, simply a sense of chronic neglect—plasterwork left unrepaired, a spiderweb crack running jagged down one pane of window glass, drapes frayed and left to fade in the sun.”
“One portion of a crumbling second-story wall has been left exposed and unrepaired.”
“I ask if they can just send me another equivalent laptop he said no, but they can return my unit unrepaired.”
“Then, authorities say, some homeowners are successfully getting their property appraised at a lower value due to the unrepaired damage, hurting neighborhood prices and tax bases.”
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