unmailed

unmailed

(ʌnˈmeɪld)
adj
US not sent by post
References in classic literature ?
appeals for assistance, for sanctions from the organized labor groups, requests for square news deals to the editors of newspapers, protests against the high-handed treatment of revolutionists by the United States courts), lay unmailed, awaiting postage.
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Until one day an elderly gentlemen walks into her store and tells her he knew her father, handing her an unmailed letter to her mother, indicating he has more, and asking her to read a chapter of a novel.
In Virginia Woolf's 1922 novel Jacob's Room, Jacob titles his unmailed letter in protest of literary censorship "The Ethics of Indecency" (79).
The fictionalized version of Eugene's encounter with the young girl differs from an account Wolfe included in an unmailed letter fragment.
Nor did it help when police gave her an unmailed letter they had recovered with Ernest's other belongings.
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As Daniel tries to write his way back into life through fractured notes written to a brother who will only see them when it is too late, the found fragments of dissonant, aborted chords, thoughts cut off, elliptical, are unmailed but ultimately not unspoken by Daniel's weighted, posthumous voice.
After his visit, Ruma discovers an unmailed postcard he's written to a woman, and realizes that her father has formed a new relationship.
It was like Ann Racz to acknowledge important events in the lives of friends and family, Silverman said, suggesting that's what the woman's unmailed cards in the condominium were meant for.
The new 2006 word UNMAILED adds an M to the anahook mix.