from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense of unsell.
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- adj. Not sold
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not disposed of by purchase
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On the slide, you can see that the combined number of unsold homes in the foundation and frame categories, which we call unsold homes available for personalization, increased by 42% in the third quarter, while we reduced our finished unsold inventory by 77%.
Appliances and paint that go into fixing up foreclosed homes remain unsold at the nearby Home Depot.
Game broadcaster NBC says that fewer than eight spots remain unsold, so the funding must come quickly.
Savvy antique scavengers and dealers make regular rounds to snare the rare finds before the best of each branches 'wares which remain unsold after a month or two are shipped off to the mother store in Mexico City.
I mean look what else Marvel is doing with the “send us certain unsold DC books and we’ll send you an exclusive Marvel comic.”
The majority of available offshore leases remain unsold because the oil companies don’t want to buy them.
Also, only three of Spooky's Cthulhu-headstone Cephalopodmas ornaments remain unsold.
The result was a new measuring stick within the RIAA and some milestones: "Telephantasm" is the first nonsoundtrack CD to debut in a videogame, and the first album to go platinum instantly, because none of the CDs could be returned to the label unsold, the RIAA determined.
Of course, I always have more fun with stories that people BUY than I do with stories that remain unsold.
Something lie 25% of all inventory goes unsold, which is why we launched DoubleClick ad network. big bets on making the Web better, launched new version of Chrome, Chrome Frame, speeds up the Web.