Definitions

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  • adjective Not released.

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  • adjective not (or not yet) made available for distribution or publication

Etymologies

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un- +‎ released

Examples

  • "It is what we call an unreleased version of the card," said ACA Grading owner Martin Brouillard.

    NY Daily News

  • "It is what we call an unreleased version of the card," said ACA Grading owner Martin Brouillard.

    NY Daily News

  • "It is what we call an unreleased version of the card," said ACA Grading owner Martin Brouillard.

    NY Daily News

  • "It is what we call an unreleased version of the card," said ACA Grading owner Martin Brouillard.

    NY Daily News

  • "It is what we call an unreleased version of the card," said ACA Grading owner Martin Brouillard.

    NY Daily News

  • "It is what we call an unreleased version of the card," said ACA Grading owner Martin Brouillard.

    NY Daily News

  • The day after a friend called his unreleased album "brilliant" and almost a full year since he was last seen totally out of it on Letterman during the "Two Lovers" press junket, a clean shaven, engaged Joaquin Phoenix has returned.

    Joaquin Phoenix SHAVES: RETURNS In Miley Cyrus, Liv Tyler Video (WATCH)

  • The day after a friend called his unreleased album "brilliant"and almost a full year since he was last seen totally out of it on Letterman during the "Two Lovers" press junket, a clean shaven, engaged Joaquin Phoenix has returned.

    Joaquin Phoenix SHAVES: RETURNS In Miley Cyrus, Liv Tyler Video (WATCH)

  • The day after a friend called his unreleased album "brilliant" and almost a full year since he was last seen totally out of it on Letterman during the "Two Lovers" press junket, a clean shaven, engaged Joaquin Phoenix has returned.

    Joaquin Phoenix SHAVES: RETURNS In Miley Cyrus, Liv Tyler Video (WATCH)

  • The article refers to an unreleased album that the writer guessed might trigger Mr. Hill's transition from a regional guitar hero to a national one.

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