Definitions

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  • adjective Yet to be altered, carved, milled, worked, or otherwise changed from its natural or crude state.
  • adjective archaeology Describing an unaltered material found associated with human tool-making or other cultural activity.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ worked

Examples

  • We found some "unworked" workbooks for the kids at the thrift store and bought them for school.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • We found some "unworked" workbooks for the kids at the thrift store and bought them for school.

    "educational" materials

  • Bulletin Board: Interactive, live communication tool allows lenders to view and recover 'unworked' leads, maximizing any company's lead generation efforts.

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  • Bulletin Board: Interactive, live communication tool allows lenders to view and recover 'unworked' leads, maximizing any company's lead generation efforts.

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  • Bulletin Board: Interactive, live communication tool allows lenders to view and recover 'unworked' leads, maximizing any company's lead generation efforts.

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  • My Mexican counterparts many times sit on unworked fertile land because they simply cannot get the capital to develop it.

    [CanMex] Another Inequity for Mexico

  • My Mexican counterparts many times sit on unworked fertile land because they simply cannot get the capital to develop it.

    [CanMex] Another Inequity for Mexico

  • I can recommend the pilates for getting the old and unworked bodies (46 and rising) back into some flexibility, which allows me to do the other things I want to do.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Burger lite.

  • My Mexican counterparts many times sit on unworked fertile land because they simply cannot get the capital to develop it.

    [CanMex] Another Inequity for Mexico

  • My Mexican counterparts many times sit on unworked fertile land because they simply cannot get the capital to develop it.

    [CanMex] Another Inequity for Mexico

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