Definitions

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  • adj. Not expended.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. (of financial resources) not spent
  • adj. not used up

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Examples

  • There cannot be much "unexpended" at 10 o'clock at night; but the military machine, recklessly prodigal of large sums of money, is scrupulously niggardly about trifles.

    A Padre in France

  • In 2009 and 2010, OPM had $46 million in "unexpended balances" from the revolving fund, $46 million in taxpayer dollars it has no plans of returning to the Treasury.

    Linda E. Brooks Rix: Conflict of Interest and Shakedowns at OPM

  • The statute that allows OPM wide range to conduct and classify its business as it sees fit also characterizes the revolving fund as a mandatory reimbursable, stating, "Any unobligated and unexpended balances in the fund which the Office determines to be in excess of amounts needed for activities financed by the fund shall be deposited in the Treasury of the United States as miscellaneous receipts."

    Linda E. Brooks Rix: Conflict of Interest and Shakedowns at OPM

  • Money could also be allocated from the $18.1 billion in unexpended funds already collected from consumers of nuclear-generated electricity under the Nuclear Waste Policy Act to establish a disposal site for high-level radioactive wastes.

    Robert Alvarez: America's Nuclear Spent-Fuel Time Bombs

  • That prescription would require, at a minimum, making all of the Bush tax cuts permanent, repealing Obamacare, and halting the outflow of unexpended “stimulus” funds.

    War on Terror

  • The silver lining is that the IG found that as of "June 30, 2011, $327.3 million remained unexpended" from the Labor program's appropriation.

    Green Jobs Brown Out

  • Much of that money remained unexpended, said Jesup, so there was no need for concern.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • With unemployment at 9.5 percent, they agreed that jobless benefits should be extended but said the cost should be covered with unexpended funds from last year's economic stimulus package.

    Emergency jobless benefits approved in crucial Senate vote

  • Meanwhile, House Democrats were talking about slashing another Obama priority -- money to preserve public teaching jobs -- from $23 billion to $10 billion and covering the cost with unexpended funds from last year's stimulus package.

    Obama's call for economic stimulus, jobs spending a tough sell in Congress

  • Democrats were prepared to slash another provision, reducing proposed aid to state governments and covering the cost of the aid with unexpended funds from last year's $862 billion stimulus package, aides said.

    Unemployment-benefits bill stalls in Senate as GOP rejects revised plan

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