unemptied

unemptied

(ʌnˈɛmptɪd)
adj
not emptied
References in classic literature ?
At this juncture a squire entered to say that Shandy's presence was required at the gates, and that worthy, with a sorrowing and regretful glance at the unemptied flagon, left the room.
And, leaving his unemptied glass upon the table, he departed and was never known to sip another drop of wine.
A little table - without pens, books, paper, or ink - stood neglected in sadness near the window; while several plates, still unemptied, showed that the prisoner had scarcely touched his evening meal.
Judith Robins Stonehouse Estate Unemptied bins are cause for concern DO those at the council not understand that when the refuse collectors miss emptying people's bins, people will then contact the council to request that the bins are duly emptied.
UP residents have rejected a council's claims that all 4,000 unemptied bins have now been collected.
Motorists were forced to queue in searing heat outside Lifford Lane recycling centre after the industrial action saw bins go unemptied and festering rubbish pile up in streets.
More than 12,000 bins were left unemptied over a six week period in summer 2015 when its contractor Biffa changed its rules on what could and could not be recycled.
Fed-up Amanda Blair, of Cardigan Terrace in Heaton, claims her bins had gone unemptied by Newcastle City Council for four weeks before finally being collected on Thursday.
The area I live is awash with litter, unemptied bins and dog dirt.
INDUSTRIAL action by binmen has left around 75,000 Liverpool homes with unemptied wheelie bins this week.
She further says that a male patient waiting to be seen in A & E vomited into a bowl, which was unemptied four hours later.