uninvoked

uninvoked

(ˌʌnɪnˈvəʊkt)
adj
(of a law or penalty, etc) not put into use(of God or another deity) not called upon for help or inspiration, etc.(of a spirit or demon) not summoned or made to appear
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Uninvoked and unstudied, state constitutional law was all but forgotten.
His emergency powers to take over or operate plants remain uninvoked. And his fateful opening up of the state's general fund to the spot market was akin to letting the vampires into the blood bank.
Instead, the enforcement and oversight provisions of recordkeeping law remained uninvoked while White House officials deleted whatever e-mail messages they wanted whenever they wanted.(322) When private citizens stepped in to halt these arbitrary recordkeeping practices, they were forced to confront many legal hurdles: issues of judicial review and standing,(323) the claim that e-mail messages presumptively fail to qualify as records,(324) and the contention that current law grants White House officials the discretion to delete any messages they want without need to consult recordkeeping guidelines.(325)