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unsent

(ʌnˈsɛnt)
adj
(Communications & Information) not sent or summoned
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Adj.1.unsent - not dispatched or transmittedunsent - not dispatched or transmitted; "the letter remained unwritten and unsent"
sent - caused or enabled to go or be conveyed or transmitted
References in classic literature ?
But it seems some of the neighbours, who had known my circumstances, took so much compassion of me as to acquaint the lady in whose family I had been a week, as I mentioned above; and immediately she sent her maid to fetch me away, and two of her daughters came with the maid though unsent.
Unsent Love Letters: Meditations on Erik Satie, 26 Piano Solo Pieces, by Elena Kats-Chernin.
The kinds of messages that can be unsent include: text and voice messages, stickers, images, videos, URLs, Line Music links, contacts, location information, files, and call history, according to TechCrunch.
He has played around with different forms, such as a collection of unsent letters and a series of diary entries.
A Supreme Court in Brisbane, Australia, ruled that an unsent text typed by a 55-year-old man, shortly before he took his own life, will be treated as his will.
Aside from this, Pangilinan's staff also found in the draft folder an unsent email with the subject 'The investigation of DDS.
Johnson drafted the ultimately unsent claim-settlement letter in June 2015, but he never sent it to the law firm representing the carriage company, the suit says.
The Boston Tea Party and its aftermath, however, provided the means by which their falling out went public, abandoning the previous pseudonymous or unsent criticisms of self-interestedness.
But the 58-year-old singer revealed she only applied to be a contestant after finding an unsent letter her mum wrote to Simon Cowell before she died.
CHAD PARMENTER'S chapbook Weston's Unsent Letters to Modotti won Tupelo Press's Snowbound Chapbook Contest and was published in 2015.
Malcolm Bradbury, Unsent Letters ix (1988) (emphasis added).
Typos, pauses, silences, unsent drafts, and well-thought-out questions make Chafe's account interesting to both a younger and a more mature audience.