unwasted

unwasted

(ʌnˈweɪstɪd)
adj
not wasted; used or used up for a purpose
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In return I can at least offer you an affection hitherto unwasted, and the faithful consecration of a life which, however short in the sequel, has no backward pages whereon, if you choose to turn them, you will find records such as might justly cause you either bitterness or shame.
Their corn and wine remain unwasted in their houses with none but servants to consume them, while they keep hanging about our house day after day sacrificing our oxen, sheep, and fat goats for their banquets, and never giving so much as a thought to the quantity of wine they drink.
Some 300 million years of adaptation to their submarine environment have not gone unwasted.
from the top of which with the whole vast scope of their own rich teeming never-ravaged land of glittering undefiled cities and unburned towns and unwasted farms so long-secured and opulent you would think there was no room left for curiosity, there looked down upon him and his countless row on row of faces which resembled his face and spoke the same language he spoke and at times even answered to the same names he bore.
There to certain expectation all hope and fear is turned, And love swalloweth up all longing, and yet longing ne'er is done, And the dreadful wearying patience, and the passionate pain that burned Unforgotten and unwasted, are but Love now[,] are but one.
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Three points this afternoon and potential for another win next Saturday at Squires Gate would undoubtedly ensure their excellent start will not go unwasted.
In light of her narration of Winthrop in this scene, we can sense Woolson's playfulness when she comments to James of Goodwood, "[Y]ou have made us feel his strength, his narrow strength, his unwasted concentrated strength" (James, Letters 530).
The big selling point for the machines, he said, is the huge savings on labor, time and unwasted material.
Hence, "The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies" begins with a narrator who, retreating "To some unwasted regions" of his mind (2.
A short, delicate man, with black close-cropped hair, a neatly trimmed black beard, Anthony is also in his thirties; although extremely pale, he is surprisingly unwasted.