Even if the part were unassigned I should never give it her!
The former has encountered him, the other has as yet felt only unassigned impulses.
They were suffered to become betrothed, but for some unassigned reason their marriage was forbidden.
They could find no room for Mrs. Jaynes, until it was remembered that there was an unassigned dormitory room at Dare Hall.
Captain Payne personally led several expeditions of colonists into the unassigned lands.
So they tried to have the unassigned lands legally declared open to homesteaders.
From some unassigned reason, wolves have increased of late years in the wild forests of north-eastern Maine.
c.1300, from Old French assiginer (13c.) "assign, set (a date, etc.); appoint legally; allot," from Latin assignare "to mark out, to allot by sign, assign, award," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + signare "make a sign," from signum "mark" (see sign). Main original use was in English law, in transferences of personal property. General meaning "to fix, settle, determine, appoint" is from c.1300. Related: Assigned; assigning.