Not previously read or studied: an unseen translation. (adjective)
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Use "unseen" in a sentence
"My state of mind, which refers ... he proceeds to argue that the whole _either_ to unseen he himself is outside its intelligence, _or something sacred pale because he refers which man has never had any all these strange phenomena to conception of_, proves me to _unseen spiritual be out of the pale of the intelligence_."
"They perform what they call "unseen dance" -- original dances experienced through senses other than sight."
"But Barofsky focuses his report, a quarterly update to Congress and the public, on what he identifies as the unseen costs and risks of TARP."