unworn

un·worn

 (ŭn-wôrn′)
adj.
1. Not worn out or worn away.
2. Not worn before; new.
3. Not stale or overused; fresh.

unworn

(ʌnˈwɔːn)
adj
1. not affected, esp adversely, by long use or action
2. not having been worn
Translations

unworn

[ˈʌnˈwɔːn] ADJnuevo, sin estrenar

unworn

adj (= new)ungetragen
References in classic literature ?
Was there not a drawer filled with the neat work of her hands, all unworn and untouched, just as she had arranged it there fourteen years ago--just, but for one little dress, which had been made the burial-dress?
It was true -- as to recent times at least -- for there was witness to it, and better witness than a monk; only about twenty or thirty feet of the chain showed wear and use, the rest of it was unworn and rusty.
At the entrance of the chill dark cavern, we turn with unworn courage from the warm light; but how, when we have trodden far in the damp darkness, and have begun to be faint and weary; how, if there is a sudden opening above us, and we are invited back again to the life-nourishing day?
Under this arched doorway, scraping their feet on the unworn threshold, now trod the clergymen, the elders, the magistrates, the deacons, and whatever of aristocracy there was in town or county.
I seem to have a stronger claim to a residence here on account of this grave, bearded, sable-cloaked, and steeple-crowned progenitor-who came so early, with his Bible and his sword, and trode the unworn street with such a stately port, and made so large a figure, as a man of war and peace -- a stronger claim than for myself, whose name is seldom heard and my face hardly known.
AN UNWORN Vivienne Westwood blouse, a pair of Prada shoes and a Burberry shawl that was hidden at the bottom of a bag are just some of the incredible designer finds that were on sale at a charity shop in Cardiff.
The fashionista actress was only wearing her untucked bra with unworn straps, leaving only the cups to cover her breasts.
BEFORE you pack away your summer wardrobe and make room for the winter woollies, Age UK is encouraging people to declutter and donate their unworn or unwanted clothes to Age UK's Big Bag Challenge to help support lonely older people.
HALF of female holidaymakers overpack so much they return home with a third of the contents of their luggage unworn, a survey has found.
Exchanges (not suitable sizes for unworn textiles, non-compliant with the provisions of purchase orders products).
So it might not be  entirely shocking to find out that what could be one of the oldest pairs of unworn jeans in the world would fetch a hefty price.
The health club quizzed 2,000 people and found, on average, Brits leave the house three times a week, gym bag in tow, with best intentions of fitting in a workout, only to return home later with clean, unworn kit.