Not read, studied, or perused: a book that is yet unread. (adjective)
Having read little; lacking in knowledge acquired by reading.(adjective)
Not versed in a specified subject: unread in anthropology. (adjective)
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Use "unread" in a sentence
"| News | Telegraph: The average Briton spends more than �4,000 on books during his or her lifetime but nearly half of them remain unread, a new study claims."
"BTW, I very much enjoy your blog, and it has inspired me lately to go out and have the librarians dig up "Connections" from the vaults of the Buffalo, NY library, whence it had lain unread for quite some time, as there was not even a barcode for checking it out."
"Now that I have a mortgage and a child and bills to pay, and little spare time and a blog, the few magazines that I still subscribe to remain unread for months at a time."