unaccomplished

un·ac·com·plished

 (ŭn′ə-kŏm′plĭsht)
adj.
1. Not completed or done; unfinished.
2. Lacking special skills or abilities; unpolished, as in the social graces.
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unaccomplished

(ˌʌnəˈkɒmplɪʃt)
adj
1. not accomplished or finished
2. lacking accomplishments
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Translations

unaccomplished

[ˈʌnəˈkʌmplɪʃt] ADJ
1. [task] → incompleto, sin acabar
2. [person] → sin talento
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unaccomplished

adj (= unfinished)unvollendet, unfertig; (fig)ungebildet; (= untalented)untalentiert
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References in classic literature ?
Each drank a comfortable dram, and left the spot, with so many jests, and such laughter at their unaccomplished wickedness, that they might be said to have gone on their way rejoicing.
But, side by side with this sense of insecurity, there is a vital faith in our invulnerability to the shaft of death while engaged in any task that seems assigned by Providence as our proper thing to do, and which the world would have cause to mourn for should we leave it unaccomplished. Can the philosopher, big with the inspiration of an idea that is to reform mankind, believe that he is to be beckoned from this sensible existence at the very instant when he is mustering his breath to speak the word of light?
Since then, a civil state, with effective institutions and long-term strategies, has been an unaccomplished mission.
For decades, batting had been the Achilles heel of Pakistan cricket, but the batsmen have surprised everyone by mustering totals in excess of 340 in three consecutive games against England bowling, a feat hitherto unaccomplished by the national team.
The filling out and completion of forms are incentivized - or rather, incomplete forms are penalized in some systems, which may suspend physician or trainee pay when electronic health records go unaccomplished. Sadly, as one social media user pointed out, computers make all notes legible, but we have systems that create notes that aren't worth reading, as physicians struggle and hurry to complete their forms in order to make time for all other tasks as well as personal time.
Earlier, certain campaigns like 'Amazing Pakistan, 'Visit Pakistan' were launched but unfortunately, they left the task unaccomplished.
MP Abdul Amir al-Mayahi, "put during the meeting the most important suffering of the province the unaccomplished projects and a lack of financial budgets to meet the needs of construction, as well as the project of Basra as Iraq's economic capital to take the government on this project, which was voted in the previous parliament.
He inquired about the government's performance and other important tasks that are unaccomplished yet.
Its adaptation, it was bitterly adopted in an unaccomplished and amputated process of disengagement.
PM AJK said,' our mandate is to achieve the unaccomplished aim of our martyrs besides looking after the issues of masses; our mission is to enlighten the struggle and sacrifices of our martyrs to our youngsters.'
These stories of provision and fulfilled promises will resonate with followers of Jesus who are seeking a deeper revelation of faith, insight into discerning the will of God, and for those who are longing to see unaccomplished dreams rewarded.