unclosed

adjective
un·​closed | \ ˌən-ˈklōzd How to pronounce unclosed (audio) \

Definition of unclosed

: not closed or settled : not concluded

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Examples of unclosed in a Sentence

escaped through the one remaining unclosed passageway

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While most barbecue involves smoking off the flame, this style is always cooked over an unclosed grill with a mix of direct and indirect cooking. Julia Thompson, USA TODAY, "Cooking over open flame: These are some of our favorite restaurants that use fire," 27 June 2019

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First Known Use of unclosed

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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Dictionary Entries near unclosed

uncloister

uncloned

unclose

unclosed

unclothe

unclothed

uncloud

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The first known use of unclosed was in the 15th century

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