Adjective(1) not claimed or called for by an owner or assignee
(1) It was all by way of drawing attention to a pair of unclaimed prizes which are burning sizeable holes in the Lotto vaults in Dublin.(2) The most common benefits left unclaimed include the new pensions credit, which tops up the pension according to need.(3) This was raised by the sale of unclaimed lost property.(4) We're sold out, as we have been for many performances, and people are lining up to purchase any unclaimed tickets.(5) The biggest prize currently unclaimed is a jackpot worth almost Ôö¼├║3m.(6) It is estimated that Ôö¼├║126.5m in disability benefits goes unclaimed by people who go on to die of cancer.(7) Perhaps they lose more in unclaimed benefits than they gain in tax breaks.(8) A Ôö¼├║5,000 reward for information leading to the killer's arrest and conviction is still unclaimed .(9) You know all those times when the jackpot goes unclaimed ?(10) There are already billions of pounds in unclaimed benefits.(11) Two such unclaimed briefcases were found from the old district court chowk this morning causing a scare among residents.(12) At the end of storage-out, any items left in storage will be considered unclaimed .(13) He also introduced a rickshaw service, which takes unclaimed bodies from the government mortuary for a proper burial.(14) Phones that go unclaimed for more than three months are resold or discarded.(15) The huge amount of unclaimed benefits shows this doesn't work.(16) So far Ôö¼├║600 million has gone to good causes from unclaimed tickets since 1994.
1. unclaimed ::
2. derelict ::
3. ownerless ::
4. no man's land ::
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