un·is·sued|\ ˌən-ˈi-(ˌ)shüd, chiefly Southern -ˈi-shəd, chiefly British -ˈis-(ˌ)yüd\
Definition of unissued
: not put forth, distributed, or made available : not issueda previously unissued recordingunissued stock
Examples of unissued in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebAfter years of pushback from the industry, those rules still remain unissued.
Stephen Engelberg, ProPublica, 25 Mar. 2011 On Friday, bankruptcy court approved Hertz's request to sell 246.8 million unissued shares to Jefferies LLC to raise up to $1 billion in new equity.
Kelly Tyko, USA TODAY, 14 June 2020 Fraud Eboni Wilson, 25, of the 1000 block of North Springfield, Chicago, was charged Oct. 4 with using an unissued credit card.
Kimberly Fornek, chicagotribune.com, 29 Oct. 2017 In November the Numero Group will release Savage Young Dü, a box set of early music—much of it previously unissued—by the great Minneapolis trio Hüsker Dü, one of the bands that helped redefine the sound of American hardcore in the mid- to late 80s.
Peter Margasak, Chicago Reader, 14 Sep. 2017
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