unsearched

unsearched

(ʌnˈsɜːtʃt)
adj
not sought after
References in classic literature ?
Not one was left unsearched, and in not one was anything found.
The chimney was not left unsearched, and paid very well for the trouble; for in nineteen different holes, all filled with soot, were found various sums of money, amounting together to more than two hundred pounds.
Uterotonic or oxytocic drugs are used to manage dysfunctional labour and new drugs for dysfunctional labour still remain largely unsearched.
Summary: Defendant convicted of taking bribes to enable cargo dhows to sail out of Dubai Creek unsearched
Researchers should conduct future surveys in the remaining unsearched Oklahoma counties to assess the status of H.
Ting, "Dynamic diversity control in genetic algorithm for mining unsearched solution space in TSP problems," Expert Systems with Applications, vol.
But good to see one of the finest police brains at work as DI "Feeble" Keeble rallied her troops: "Set up road blocks, I don't want any unsearched vehicles leaving the area, search the area, check the tube, listen to your radios.
This unsearched area was predominately to the north of the wind resource facility, thus we were able to search all shrub-woodland adjacent to the wind turbines.
No bodies have been retrieved since May 21 as heavy objects like desks and cabinets have made it difficult for divers to navigate through unsearched parts of the ship, according to task force officials.
Issuing orders to arrest anyone who was found displaying weapons, DG Rangers also instructed his juniors not to leave any single/double cabin pickup truck unsearched.
Though security remains a concern, an AP reporter walked unsearched into the stadium Monday by showing only a national press card issued in Europe.
Moreover, Europe appears to be a very undeveloped and unsearched region for REEs.