from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not exploited or developed.
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- adj. Not exploited
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not exploited; not utilized; not developed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. undeveloped or unused
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On behalf of clueless soccer fans on this side of the pond, I would like to personally welcome the Barclay's Premier League to the heretofore unexploited world of American fandom.
Moreover, the mention that oil companies are hoarding unexploited leases is off the mark, he said.
A study of the economics of small villages on a vast unexplored, unexploited planet can safely ignore resource/environmental issues because of the huge gap in scale between the two systems.
Chevron Corp. said Thursday it will invest $7.5 billion to develop two of the Gulf of Mexico's largest unexploited oil fields.
Southern Sudan holds three-quarters of the country's known oil reserves and potentially large unexploited deposits.
But, for some entertainment properties, lucrative merchandising opportunities remain unexploited...until now.
Start with an unexploited niche, and lead with clear, focused, consistent communications.
Without one of those players finding health, they will leave the Knicks' biggest weakness—the lack of a true center—unexploited.
The world wherein the story transpires is lush and mysterious, but again, it remains largely unexploited (and unexplored).
Nonalcohol beer is a largely unexploited opportunity for big brewers, says Lene Dyrby Andersen , a Carlsberg executive for new-product development.