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un·claimed

 (ŭn-klāmd′)
adj.
Not claimed: unclaimed luggage.

unclaimed

(ʌnˈkleɪmd)
adj
not having been claimed: £7 million in unclaimed prizes.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unclaimed - not claimed or called for by an owner or assigneeunclaimed - not claimed or called for by an owner or assignee; "unclaimed luggage"
unwanted - not wanted; not needed; "tried to give away unwanted kittens"
Translations

unclaimed

[ˈʌnˈkleɪmd] ADJsin reclamar

unclaimed

[ʌnˈkleɪmd] adj [property, luggage, prize] → non réclamé(e)

unclaimed

adj prizenicht abgeholt; property alsoherrenlos; right, inheritancenicht geltend gemacht; social security etcnicht beansprucht; to go unclaimed (prize)nicht abgeholt werden; (right, inheritance)nicht geltend gemacht werden; (social security etc)nicht beansprucht werden

unclaimed

[ʌnˈkleɪmd] adj (prize, social security benefit) → non ritirato/a; (property) → non reclamato/a
References in classic literature ?
Her father was heir-at-law to a great estate that had long lain unknown of, unclaimed, and accumulating.
Upon which Flora returned to take care of her, and hovered about her on a sofa, intermingling kind offices and incoherent scraps of conversation in a manner so confounding, that whether she pressed the Marshalsea to take a spoonful of unclaimed dividends, for it would do her good; or whether she congratulated Little Dorrit's father on coming into possession of a hundred thousand smelling- bottles; or whether she explained that she put seventy-five thousand drops of spirits of lavender on fifty thousand pounds of lump sugar, and that she entreated Little Dorrit to take that gentle restorative; or whether she bathed the foreheads of Doyce and Clennam in vinegar, and gave the late Mr F.
He had seen her unclaimed at the beginning of a great function and he had had to come to her rescue to save her, as he doubtless thought, from the inglorious fate of a wall-flower.
That is a matter of great practical interest to the scientific detective,--especially in cases of unclaimed bodies, or in discovering the antecedents of criminals.
I would rather restore to poor Rick his proper nature than be endowed with all the money that dead suitors, broken, heart and soul, upon the wheel of Chancery, have left unclaimed with the Accountant-General--and that's money enough, my dear, to be cast into a pyramid, in memory of Chancery's transcendent wickedness.
Louis region has more than $186 million in unclaimed money in over 1.
What's the best way to find out if I have unclaimed money?
No-one matched the numbers 5, 9, 3, 2, 2, 9 and 3 in the Dream Number draw so the pounds 500,000 prize was unclaimed.
Mooney filed a claim with the state's "unclaimed property" section and was reunited with his small piece of the more than $250 million of unclaimed property held by the state of Oregon.
AT LAST, the prospect of action on sleepers - punters' unclaimed winnings and stakes.
com)-- With nearly 60 billion dollars tied up in various funds and government agencies, millions of Americans are unaware that they are entitled to unclaimed money left behind by them or their relatives.
The government is working on a national policy that could see all holders of unclaimed financial assets submit them to the Unclaimed Financial Assets Authority (UFAA).