from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not worn out or worn away.
- adj. Not worn before; new.
- adj. Not stale or overused; fresh.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not worn
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not worn; not impaired.
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So I weeded out my closet (yes literally) trying to get rid of "unworn" items and passe 'last season deals and stuff like that.
Sadly (as he had meant so well) I packed them away unworn and added my well-worn jeans and stashed the whole lot away.
The Idler and Linderman specimens are unworn proofs.
The unworn amalgam of sequins and fringes in my closet is not Classic or Modern; it falls under a totally different type.
On a mission to get rid of anything unworn, I gasped as my hand touched the metal butterfly—no bigger than a half dollar.
I did pack things up, though, books unsold, clothes unworn, that kind of stuff.
Another new swap site, ThredUp, did further digging and in surveys conducted last year found that a quarter of a person's closet goes unworn and that by age 17, kids have outgrown more than 1,300 articles of clothing.
We guess the unworn Loubs didn't fit inside her Birkin.
While taping Kourtney and Kim Take New York, the former was also spotted carrying unworn Louboutins post-pedi.
Are you suggesting that only things which are “unworn clothes” AND “company secrets” AND “Gold and silver” are found in trash cans in ritzy areas?