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- adj. Not minted.
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Bullion refers to unminted precious metals of standards suitable for coining.
Never mind those unfilled library shelves: At least 200 additions to the language, ranging from "old dear" to "devil-may-care," would have gone unminted, making posterity's loss as much lexicographical as literary.
He took the unminted gold into his own hands, fingering it and studying it.
Hundreds of millions, in unminted gold and silver, lie under their careless feet, yet their "pieces of eight" date back to Robinson Crusoe!
Of bank-notes there are few, or none -- the currency of California being through the medium of metal; at this date, 1849, most of it unminted, and in its crude state, as it came out of the mine, or the river's mud.
: telling them take their time, yungfries, and wait till the tide stops (for from the first his day was a fortnight) and offering the prize of a bittersweet crab, a little present from the past, for their copper age was yet unminted, to the winner.