un·​served | \ˌən-ˈsərvd \

Definition of unserved 

: not served: such as

a : not brought to notice or executed as required by law unserved warrants

b : not waited on unserved customers

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Second Servings picks up unserved and unsold food from distributors, retailers, hotels, universities, sports venues and other regulated food businesses, and delivers it to charities within the same day. Staff Report, Houston Chronicle, "Second Servings of Houston rescues over one million pounds of food," 1 June 2018 At a meeting of council's Utilities Committee, McCormack suggested that the city provide WIFI that would open unserved areas to Internet access and install sensors that could detect gunshots and alert police. Robert Higgs, cleveland.com, "Neighborhood WIFI? Gunshot sensors? Councilman says Cleveland should tap smart technology when it upgrades street lights," 10 May 2018 Respondents will be encouraged to provide all useful and relevant information for an advanced bike share system with special consideration for reaching unserved areas and providing equitable access. Staff Report, Houston Chronicle, "Houston Bike Share names new executive director," 27 Mar. 2018 San Diego is Cleveland's largest unserved market, according to the airport, with an average of 142 passengers traveling between the two cities daily. Susan Glaser, cleveland.com, "London, San Diego and Paris are readers' most-missed nonstop destinations from Cleveland Hopkins airport," 21 Dec. 2017 Beyond previously unserved destinations, United also has revealed several high-profile new routes. Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY, "United Airlines will fly to Tahiti," 13 Dec. 2017 Three currently unserved routes will join United’s route-map as part of the schedule update. Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY, "United targets skiers, bolsters 21 routes to Western resorts," 9 Aug. 2017 The New York merger agreement required Charter to bring service to 145,000 new homes and businesses in unserved or underserved areas of the state by 2020, with 36,250 new locations required each year during the four-year period. Jon Brodkin, Ars Technica, "Charter promised more broadband but didn’t deliver, now must pay fine," 22 June 2017 The bank will focus on ‘the millions of unserved and underserved Indians,’ the company said in its statement on Thursday. Saritha Rai, Bloomberg.com, "Paytm Raises $1.4 Billion From SoftBank to Expand User Base," 18 May 2017

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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