un·​ex·​pired | \ ˌən-ik-ˈspī(-ə)rd How to pronounce unexpired (audio) \

Definition of unexpired

: not yet run out : still valid or in effect : not terminated or expired an unexpired lease/patent unexpired medicine [=medicine that has not yet reached its expiration date]

Examples of unexpired in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Seeking applicants: The Strongsville Board of Education seeks applicants to fill the unexpired term of board member George Grozan, who resigned effective June 4 due to personal family commitments. Shirley Macfarland, cleveland, "The Maltz Museum and The Arc stand strong to fight racism: Strong Points," 5 June 2020 Drivers are, however, encouraged to register their as-yet-unexpired vehicle registration online This method of renewal will save people $1. Carissa Lamkahouan, Houston Chronicle, "How the virus has changed Brazoria County tax offices," 1 Apr. 2020 So in late 1987, Braverman was appointed to an unexpired, two-year term. Ed Wittenberg, cleveland, "Longtime Orange council members Kluter, Braverman recognized at final meeting," 12 Dec. 2019 Stein added that council’s appointee will serve out the roughly 18-month remainder of Yasinow’s unexpired term, and then would have to run in the November 2021 general election. Thomas Jewell, cleveland, "The Final Four: Cleveland Heights announces short list of applicants for City Council vacancy," 22 May 2020 The expiration date of all unexpired Weekend Night Rewards have also been extended, and any new ones issued until August 30, 2020, won't expire until August 31, 2021. Ramsey Qubein, Condé Nast Traveler, "All of the Airline and Hotel Loyalty Program Changes Due to Coronavirus," 25 Mar. 2020 The recall impacts all unexpired lots of 150 mg and 300 mg tablets. Jen Christensen, CNN, "More popular heartburn medications recalled due to impurity," 10 Jan. 2020 The District 3 race is to fill an unexpired term that ends in May 2022. Ashley Mcbride, ExpressNews.com, "San Antonio’s North East, Southwest ISDs delay board elections amid coronavirus fight," 7 Apr. 2020 Brown was appointed as Walton's mayor in 2018 to fill an unexpired term and won without opposition that November. Lucas Aulbach, The Courier-Journal, "Kentucky mayor's blunt coronavirus message: ‘It’s a big f***ing deal’," 24 Mar. 2020

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First Known Use of unexpired

1570, in the meaning defined above

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18 Jun 2020

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“Unexpired.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unexpired. Accessed 4 Aug. 2020.

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