Definition of unsorted in English:

unsorted

Syllabification: un·sort·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈsôrtid
 
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adjective

  • Not sorted or arranged: a mass of unsorted papers
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    • I have hundreds of unsorted papers describing new worlds and races, mostly futuristic settings, but I have hardly any stories to go with them.
    • He had stopped writing now and had propped his head on his hand which was resting atop hundreds of unsorted papers.
    • According to the Environment Agency, about half of the 8m tons of green bin material thrown out each year in the UK ends up overseas. The BBC revealed 500 tons had been shipped unsorted to Indonesia.

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