Definition of unsold
: not sold
Recent Examples of unsold from the Web
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.
Some of the discounts are aimed at helping dealers with an unusual problem: A number of 2016 models remain unsold in dealer inventories.
That's a shift from other recent auctions, where most of the permits went unsold, reducing revenue that state leaders have counted on for environmental and infrastructure projects.
Does this suggest that Sony’s long-term bet on Blu-Ray, currently leaving its too-expensive PS3 piling up unsold barely weeks after launch, might have a good future after all?
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Definition of unsold for English Language Learners
: not sold : not bought by someone
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