unrented

unrented

(ʌnˈrɛntɪd)
adj
1. not rented; not obtained by payment for occupancy or use
2. not rended, torn, or separated
References in classic literature ?
There was no one else in the place but the bartender, and as the man went out again Jurgis and Duane followed him; he went round the corner, and in a dark place made by a combination of the elevated railroad and an unrented building, Jurgis leaped forward and shoved a revolver under his nose, while Duane, with his hat pulled over his eyes, went through the man's pockets with lightning fingers.
When rooms are unrented, the e7 automatically sets back the room temperature until the PMS signals a guest has checked in.
A grease trap in a tenant's insured restaurant rotted out, causing damage to unrented space owned by the landlord.
On the downside of rental property, however, is the cost of property expenses and upkeep, deadbeat tenants, loss of income from unrented units, and the illiquid nature of the asset.
As a matter of social history and ground level fact, Carl Kaestle has shown that the provisions were uneven producers of schools--in many cases the rent derived from the school land grants was too little, or the land went unrented, or the land was sold or squandered.
com): Stayes is both a web and app-based platform that connects unrented flats to consumers who are looking for long-term rentals.
Unrented accommodations and showrooms is a sign of business stagnation.
Forton Macedonia's analysis of the shopping centers in the country shows that in the first half of this year the unrented room in all of them accounted for 16 percent.
Lucy Beale, having discovered Danny was penniless and shacked up in an unrented bare bedsit, didn't think it odd when he opened his wallet and offered a bribe to buy her silence, presumably with Monopoly money.
And it would lose rental income on each unrented bedroom.
Ever since the recession hit in 2008, and worsened in 2009 and 2010, speculation had it that despite previous gains, the sports video market would be underperforming by the same ratios that were hurting the sports arenas and stadiums generally, namely reduced attendance, unrented VIP boxes, lower concession revenues and poor season tickets sales.
They occupy all the spaces and pavements to park their unrented cars and double park all around the area, by the houses, the mosque, shops and restaurants.