Not brought to realization; not made actual or real: unrealized aspirations. (adjective)
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Use "unrealized" in a sentence
"And what you call unrealized at trading, is that mark-to-market?"
"The value of that asset then goes to $1,000,000, leaving the father with $800,000 in unrealized capital gains."
"I had to quit because of the management too once, lost a whole bunch of money in unrealized stock options."