Definition of unplayed in English:

unplayed

Line breaks: un|played
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈpleɪd
 
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adjective

Not played.
More example sentences
  • He recorded symphonies by the abstruse Robert Simpson; a series of unplayed Victorian concertos; music by Cecil Coles, killed in the First World War.
  • Embsay are another side with the potential to get into the title race if they can convert their unplayed games into maximum points.
  • The only non-league side left, Telford, will have a less than money-spinning home tie with Burnley should they pull off the minor miracle of knocking out Millwall in an as yet unplayed fourth round tie.

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