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unsaved

Syllabification: un·saved
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈsāvd
 
/

Definition of unsaved in English:

adjective

Not saved, in particular (in Christian use) not having had one’s soul saved from damnation.
Example sentences
  • Are you happy to bring unsaved friends to your church?
  • I mean, what program do we expect to rescue us post-crash when we keep what amount to 40 or 50 unsaved documents open?
  • An attacker could use this vulnerability to cause other users' Office applications to fail, with the loss of any unsaved data.

Words that rhyme with unsaved

unpaved, unshaved

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