unconsumed


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unconsumed

(ˌʌnkənˈsjuːmd)
adj
still in existence or not used
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unconsumed - not consumedunconsumed - not consumed        
unexhausted - not used up completely; "an unexhausted well"
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When Brazil, under the capitalist system, has developed her resources, she will herself have an unconsumed surplus.
According to its capitalist system of industry, it has an unconsumed surplus that must be got rid of, and that must be got rid of abroad.* What is true of the United States is true of every other capitalist country with developed resources.
And that unconsumed surplus, sold abroad, becomes what we call our favorable balance of trade.
There is a large balance left over unconsumed. What is done with this balance?
That part of capital's unconsumed share bought back the bonds.
What, then, when every country in the world has an unconsumed surplus?
We found that when labor had consumed to the full extent of its wages, and when capital had consumed all it wanted, there was still left an unconsumed surplus.
The unconsumed stern was the last to sink; but the paint had gone, had cracked, had peeled off, and there were no letters, there was no word, no stubborn device that was like her soul, to flash at the rising sun her creed and her name.
He had been so long without money that, like a rescued starving man who cannot let the unconsumed food out of his sight, Martin could not keep his hand off the silver.
And besides there is hardly a woman in the world, no matter how hard, depraved or frantic, in whom something of the maternal instinct does not survive, unconsumed like a salamander, in the fires of the most abandoned passion.
The wind increased to a howl; the waves dashed their bucklers together; the whole squall roared, forked, and crackled around us like a white fire upon the prairie, in which, unconsumed, we were burning; immortal in these jaws of death!
So they went indoors together and sat down, and the man brought out the bread, meat, and wine, which although he had eaten and drunk of them, were still unconsumed. The giant was pleased with the good cheer, and ate and drank to his heart's content.