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  • adj. Not having been refurbished.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ refurbished

Examples

  • When the closure was announced the Rosemary Simmons Memorial Housing Association said it had found it impossible to let the unrefurbished bedsits on the first floor of the building, which were built in the 1960s, and the upstairs flats did not meet the decent homes standard because of their size and layout.

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  • Steiner Sports, the company handling the sale of memorabilia from the old stadium, promised "authentic" and "unrefurbished" seats, but when company owner Brandon Steiner told Lefkus that it was impossible to locate his original armrests for section M11, Row A, seats one and two, he said he had no choice but to sue.

    NY Post: News

  • "Seats sold as authentic, unrefurbished, and original Yankee Stadium seats were simply new pairs of seats constructed with a combination of new hardware and repainted parts of old seats," according to the $5 million federal class-action lawsuit Lefkus filed against Steiner and the Yankees on behalf of thousands of fans who bought their old seats.

    NY Post: News

  • "authentic" and "unrefurbished" seats, but when company owner Brandon Steiner told Lefkus that it was impossible to locate his original armrests for section M11, Row A, seats one and two, he said he had no choice but to sue.

    NY Post: News

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