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unselected

adjective un·se·lect·ed \ˌən-sə-ˈlek-təd\

Definition of UNSELECTED

:  not selected <will be held at a still unselected location>; also :  chosen at random <unselected samples>

First Known Use of UNSELECTED

circa 1891

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