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uncashed

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkaʃt
 
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Definition of uncashed in English:

adjective

(Of a cheque or money order) not yet cashed.
Example sentences
  • One widow, she said, was carrying around $900,000 in uncashed cheques; another confessed to spending $15,000 on designer clothes.
  • There are no chequebooks and uncashed cheques lying around, waiting to vanish into the black hole where keys, biros and odd socks also mysteriously disappear.
  • During the purge of the house, the cleaners found £130 in lost change and £120 in uncashed cheques.

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