unstocked

unstocked

(ʌnˈstɒkt)
adj
1. not having stock or stores
2. not having livestock
3. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) (of a gun) not having a stock
4. (Nautical Terms) (of a ship or ship's equipment) not having a stock
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The unstocked ruminants in Japan are traditionally fed twice a day during the daytime.
s firing prompted Market Basket's nonunion workers to walk off the job out of loyalty to the CEO, halting deliveries and leaving shelves unstocked.
However, if necessary, this Company will drop-ship unstocked items directly from the manufacturer to satisfy customers.
This would be a means of ensuring the slipper farming schemes, where unstocked hill ground is rented in to claim against, would come to an end.
Forest Service wilderness managers may also consider stocking presently unstocked waters that formerly supported indigenous fish populations and "that could provide suitable habitat for an indigenous species with unusual wilderness appeal.
Yet over the ensuing decades, many of Oregon's richest watersheds were clear-cut by big timber corporations and left as unstocked, slash-filled eyesores.
Money can be used to repair damage done, replace broken windows/doors etc, install new CCTV or even to re-stock shelves that would otherwise go unstocked.
Poulos believes many of his competitors are playing fight into his hands by I ignoring customer requests for unusual or unstocked items--recently, a shopper asked about a case of a certain pinot noir that she couldn't locate, one that two other retailers refused to order for her.
Failure to keep joint forces who are engaged in combat supplied could lead to disaster, not just unstocked shelves.
One worker had tears in her eyes as she surveyed unstocked shelves and said: "I feel absolutely dreadful.
Sometimes only a single collection was available, the rest being out of print or simply unstocked.