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Definition of "unexploited" []

  • Not exploited or developed. (adjective)
  • (of resources) not being used effectively (adjective)

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Use "unexploited" in a sentence
  • "On behalf of clueless soccer fans on this side of the pond, I would like to personally welcome the Barclay's Premier League to the heretofore unexploited world of American fandom."
  • "Moreover, the mention that oil companies are hoarding unexploited leases is off the mark, he said."
  • "A study of the economics of small villages on a vast unexplored, unexploited planet can safely ignore resource/environmental issues because of the huge gap in scale between the two systems."