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unaired

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Definition of unaired in English:

adjective

1Not exposed to the open air for ventilation.
Example sentences
  • ‘We actually had a great time on the U2 tour,’ says Manson, ‘but there were already a lot of unaired issues.’
  • Because otherwise social conventions and inequalities would be unbearably stifling and irksome, and terrible things and events would remain festering in our minds, unaired.
  • Distressed to count at least six pairs of chinos clearly unaired this side of winter during my half-hour journey, I was heartened to see the attire of an old man as I awaited the lift.
2Not previously broadcast: the original unaired pilot episode
More example sentences
  • A little more on the disappointing side are two unaired episodes.
  • DVDs of Firefly, including the unaired episodes, are planned for later this year.
  • The two bonus tracks (which were unaired on the original broadcast) of new cuts just aren't up to snuff.

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