Definitions

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  • adj. incomplete, uncompleted

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Uncompleted.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Jurgensen: No grounding, it's an incompleted pass.

    Redskins Radio, week 17 highlights

  • As for experience and incompleted terms in office, professional pols do that all the time, quit a House seat to run for Governor, quit a State Senator seat to run for Federal Congresshuman, so that's irrelevant.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • An unfinished or incompleted pyramid where the bricks are taken from the foundation level to be used to create other levels.

    New Words 2008 [satire]

  • How did Superman get from Superman Beyond #1, back in time to Metropolis, through five issues of the still incompleted Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds to be walking down a spiral staircase with Brainiac 5?

    ‘Twas the Night Before Wednesday…

  • (Unpublished notes on the incompleted chapters show she had resolved her earlier ill feelings toward her father.)

    Biographies of Jack London

  • The book ended up getting shelved and incompleted, then he returned to the concept and completely rewrote it as "Under the Dome".

    Stephen King News Pile-Up: Under the Dome to HBO, More Dark Tower, Cell Screenplay By King and More | /Film

  • But, as shown by this example below, that list then also becomes a logical offshoot of dementia's deterioration of self, viz the incompleted phrases and seemingly arbitrary narrative juxtapositions between the list's lines:

    AS BLOGS BECOME BOOKS

  • After many years of scientific research, death cut him off in the midst of his incompleted experiments, and the great discovery that should have brought wealth to the family was never made.

    Two Poets

  • In this release I have solved various bugs and adding a function to filter completed/incompleted tasks:

    v 0.3a

  • Back when George Herbert Walker Bush walked away from Baghdad, when he conquered Iraq, I thought how he'd created a new kind of victory, not a a Pyrrhic victory -- but an incompleted one.

    "Bush Victory" in Iraq, and Rising Scum Insanity

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