unposted

unposted

(ʌnˈpəʊstɪd)
adj
1. not sent by post
2. not assigned to a post or position
3. unannounced or unpublished (such as a law, etc)
References in classic literature ?
When I did at last turn my eyes in Wemmick's direction, I found that he had unposted his pen, and was intent upon the table before him.
She will also continue to be responsible for the Research and Unposted Departments, as well as Online Account opening.
They are aware of the difficulties regarding delays in processing and unposted transactions causing benefits to be delayed as well.
Valdez estimated the so-called unposted member-loan payments, not contributions, should dramatically fall next year, considering only P817 million have thus far been tracked in the first quarter versus P1.
Some things between the closest of friends are better left unposted on social media, just like the Cebu-escapade videos of JL and Ellen.
Officers also discovered a fake BBC visitor's pass, a Google map print out of Ms Cox's sister's work address and more unposted letters, as well as pictures and press cuttings, Ms Jacobson said.
The picture went unposted, and so have the other eight hundred million we've taken (today alone).
Be Friendly was supposed to have been scratched earlier in the season but the letter to Weatherbys - no internet or even fax machines in those days - had inadvertently gone unposted, so he could take his chance.
The ESF retains unposted items until they can be correctly assigned and placed in the MEF with a valid name and SSN.
All of the unposted items, including those on her account and those on the fake account, were moved to an exception file.
These negotiations are quite apparent in Boas's earliest fieldwork, in the unposted letters he wrote to his fiancee, Marie Krackowizer, which document his fifteen-month journey among the Inuit from 1883-84.
The speed limit is an unposted 40 miles per hour, the chief said.