Definition of unsold
: not sold
Recent Examples of unsold from the Web
Demand for tourist merchandise has since evaporated, and unsold statuettes, returned from the shops, stand in dusty rows in Pushpa Raj’s bedroom.
The family continues to use an unsold portion of the property for its business, including a design center and warehouse.
As the FoodShare program began in Chicago, the Greater Chicago Food Depository added overnight routes for the first time to collect unsold meals, food depository spokesman Jim Conwell said.
Unlike other outlet stores run by department stores chains as Nordstrom or Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s does not move unsold or marked-down merchandise into its outlet, Schwartz said.
The shift to a rental market means that new apartment towers don’t have the same risk of sitting empty and unsold that plagued condo towers.
Like the outlet store on Franklin Boulevard, where Abraham Nicholas Garza was killed, the Date Avenue location houses a stationary compactor to smash tons of refuse and unsold goods.
That apartment has seen two price reductions (totaling 18 percent) and remains unsold after 520 days on the market.
Wasco County, off the market (unsold): 986 Mission Ridge Road in The Dalles is listed at $890,000.
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Definition of unsold for English Language Learners
: not sold : not bought by someone
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