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  • adjective Not having been emptied.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ emptied

Examples

  • The ship was listing when the voyage began, possibly because of unemptied sewage tanks, and the port engine was malfunctioning, local investigators told state news agency RIA Novosti.

    Russian ship was overcrowded before sinking

  • The ship was listing when the voyage began, possibly because of unemptied sewage tanks, and the port engine was malfunctioning, local investigators told state news agency RIA Novosti.

    Russian ship was overcrowded before sinking

  • Scattered heels, an unemptied ashtray, unopened bills, old invitations.

    AMERICAN SUBVERSIVE

  • This guy in the last unemptied house on the street told me his son was shot dead in his back yard.

    “Turn around while you can! Trust me, Queens sucks too!”

  • She was amazed to see a burly binman tip it back to judge its weight, slap a “heavy” sticker on it and leave it unemptied.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • There are always at least 2 suitcases laying about unemptied; filled with bruised books, forgotten socks, and pants that are so Spring 2004.

    Shakin' it.. Or making smoothies..

  • There are always at least 2 suitcases laying about unemptied; filled with bruised books, forgotten socks, and pants that are so Spring 2004.

    Finally settling down..

  • Perhaps the word is being used as a synonym for "unopened" or "unemptied."

    languagehat.com: STILL UNPACKED.

  • Turn the pages and you fancy you can catch the whiff of the unemptied chamberpot he found below the breakfast table of his boarding house in

    At the gates of Animal Farm

  • And besides (which is an evident sign) a barrel when full is not spoiled so soon as when it is half empty; because a great deal of air getting into the empty space troubles and disturbs the liquor, whereas the wine that is in the unemptied cask is preserved and defended by itself, not admitting much of the external air, which is apt to injure and corrupt it.

    Essays and Miscellanies

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