unperformed

adjective
un·per·formed | \ˌən-pər-ˈfȯrmd, ˌən-pə-\

Definition of unperformed 

1 : not done or completed unperformed tasks

2 : not presented in a performance had written several unperformed plays

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But Turkish businessman Ekim Alptekin has told the AP that the payments from Flynn’s firm were refunds for unperformed lobbying. Chad Day, The Denver Post, "Senate panel seeks Flynn documents in Russia probe," 11 May 2017 But Turkish businessman Ekim Alptekin has told The Associated Press that the payments from Flynn's firm were refunds for unperformed lobbying. Stephen Braun Chad Day, chicagotribune.com, "More inconsistencies in Flynn's accounts of consulting work for Turkish client," 10 May 2017 But Turkish businessman Ekim Alptekin has told The Associated Press that the payments from Flynn’s firm were refunds for unperformed lobbying. Linda Feldmann, The Christian Science Monitor, "Reviews of Michael Flynn's consulting work reveal inconsistencies," 10 May 2017 But Turkish businessman Ekim Alptekin has told The Associated Press that the payments from Flynn’s firm were refunds for unperformed lobbying. Washington Post, "AP Exclusive: More inconsistencies in Flynn consulting work," 10 May 2017 In New York, Schoenberg’s String Quartet No. 2 in F-Sharp Minor, a gorgeously lyrical work in which late Romanticism and modernism miraculously coexist, has become one of the great unperformed pieces. The New Yorker, "“Air Schoenberg: Connecting Flights”," 22 Mar. 2017

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First Known Use of unperformed

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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