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  • adj. Not started.


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un- +‎ started


  • This will take you to a folder full of photos from the house (including one of the unfinished--okay, the "unstarted"--kitchen (YUK!

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • I had intended to return to the couch with a mystery novel or work on the (unstarted) quilt for Navy Mom.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • I thought it was Iraq book fatigue and very nearly took Dexter Filkins Forever War back to the library unstarted.

    A new Iraq book you really should read

  • Important note: very few of these items are unstarted, but all of them are unfinished. posted by Paul Montgomery | 6:38 PM

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Perhaps it is the wind, but the pen rolls off, and the topmost piece of paper containing the unfinished (or unstarted) poem is lifted up into the air, and carried out to sea.

    justinker Diary Entry

  • In retrospect, I probably didn't need to take three unstarted knitting projects with me.

    May 2004

  • There he found his unfinished, unstarted novel, his notes on Preston Porter and Louise Frost.


  • In August, Paulson agreed to pay $42.4 million for 8,277 unstarted lots and 22 model homes in Arizona, Colorado and Nevada from bankrupt home-builder Tousa Inc. - Top Stories

  • In particular, JLL uses different assumptions than DTZ when valuing Inkonika's largest unstarted project to construct approximately 1850 parking spaces on Sakharova Street in central Moscow.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • This is no time to give up on the as yet unstarted austerity drive.

    The Guardian World News


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