un·​ex·​pend·​ed | \ ˌən-ik-ˈspen-dəd \

Definition of unexpended

: not expended: such as
a : not consumed or used up unexpended resources/provisions
b : not spent unexpended funds

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Complaints about the Hornet's lack of range, acceleration and ability to bring unexpended ordinance/fuel back to the carrier persisted. Eric Tegler, Popular Mechanics, "Why the F/A-18 Is Such a Badass Plane," 29 Dec. 2016 Any unexpended money at the end of fiscal 2019 would go back into the permanent endowment. William L. Spence, idahostatesman, "Politicians want to tap Idaho’s tobacco money again — this time for Medicaid changes," 7 Feb. 2018

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First Known Use of unexpended

1819, in the meaning defined above

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