from The Century Dictionary.
- Not handled; not touched; not treated or managed.
- Not accustomed to being used; not trained or broken in.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Not having been
- adjective computing (Of an
event, exception, etc.) Not having a handler.
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In addition, I handle "unhandled" errors in Application_Error and redirect the user to an
He was a seven-year-old, lonely donkey stallion named Charley who had been kept by himself in a pasture, virtually unhandled by people.
Noonan began by noting that Sanford's rambling train wreck of a press conference showed him to be "touchingly unhandled."
Then there is the surprise of the unhandled Al Gore, who, when left to his own devices, is an orator of extraordinary skill.
His unhandled and unscripted take-no-prisoners defense in later hours was almost as reprehensible as his first gaffe.
I was looking forward to RGTR for years, and even got in on the beta... software kept crashing with "unhandled exception."
CARMICHAEL: In a Scientology wedding, the bride and the groom pledge to use communication to create understanding and to maintain understanding, to never go to bed with an upset, unhandled and communication broken.
This could prove very dangerous since an undiscovered physical disease left unhandled could be fatal.
He scarce even obtained a kiss but what he ravished; I put his hand away twenty times from my breasts, where he had satisfied himself of their hardness and consistence, with passing for hitherto unhandled goods.
And supposing it had indeed still been the book, secure in its beautiful coffin, carried across half the world unhandled and unread, for its value to a girl when she had reached marriageable age?