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unworn

Syllabification: un·worn
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈwôrn
 
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Definition of unworn in English:

adjective

1Not damaged or shabby-looking as a result of much use: the tires appear unworn, even after many fast miles unworn carpeting
More example sentences
  • The car looked immaculate and the interior was clean and unworn, which could mean the mileage was accurate, although the digits on the speedo didn't quite line up - a telltale sign that the mileometer might have been tampered with.
  • The feel of the worn part of the mat is quite different to the unused and unworn section on the bottom left part of the pad.
  • ‘Clean interiors, seats and unworn pedal pads speak a lot about the car's overall condition,’ he added.
1.1(Of a garment) never worn.
Example sentences
  • Sara fell into step beside him, finally realizing that she clenched and unclenched her still unworn gloves in her hand.
  • In addition to the shirts worn by men and women, one unworn shirt was included in the sample.
  • Human nakedness was given no added nobility, but unworn noble garments did command separate admiration.

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