Definitions

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  • adjective Not recouped.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ recouped

Examples

  • When producer Harold Prince, songwriter Stephen Sondheim and co-director/choreographer Michael Bennett detonated the eventually unrecouped Follies on Broadway in 1971, they dazzled audiences profoundly with one extravagant sequence after another, starting with ghostly showgirls in Florence Klotz's feathers-and-bugle-beads frippery slowly drifting across Boris Aronson's about-to-be-razed theater set.

    David Finkle: First Nighter: "Follies" 2011 a Smash Hit

  • Write-offs from unrecouped advances were piling up, meanwhile, and though almost none of them were for huge sums, taken together they added up to a substantial loss that required some correction.

    The Unlikely Fall and Rise of Bloomsbury

  • Write-offs from unrecouped advances were piling up, meanwhile, and though almost none of them were for huge sums, taken together they added up to a substantial loss that required some correction.

    The Unlikely Fall and Rise of Bloomsbury

  • Write-offs from unrecouped advances were piling up, meanwhile, and though almost none of them were for huge sums, taken together they added up to a substantial loss that required some correction.

    The Unlikely Fall and Rise of Bloomsbury

  • If the film was a loser in France and the French distributor did not recoup its costs, those unrecouped costs would not be offset against the profits from Germany.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • If the film was a loser in France and the French distributor did not recoup its costs, those unrecouped costs would not be offset against the profits from Germany.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • If the film was a loser in France and the French distributor did not recoup its costs, those unrecouped costs would not be offset against the profits from Germany.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • If the film was a loser in France and the French distributor did not recoup its costs, those unrecouped costs would not be offset against the profits from Germany.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • But for the majority of bands that sign with a major record label, they fail to really get big enough to matter, and the labels very quickly drop all support and the band becomes yet another unrecouped wonder.

    Boycott Novell

  • Early mortgage exit fees included the banks unrecouped costs associated with the establishment of the loan, Mr Munchenberg said.

    The Age News Headlines

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