verb (used with object), con·sumed, con·sum·ing.
verb (used without object), con·sumed, con·sum·ing.
Origin of consume
Synonyms for consume
Related Words for unconsumedunused, residual, extra, continuing, enduring, lingering, surplus, net, balance, untouched, unwanted, uneaten, additional, alone, individual, irregular, left, leftover, lone, lonely
Examples from the Web for unconsumed
Contemporary Examples of unconsumed
Fixing the prices by law just produces shortages here, unconsumed surpluses there, and black markets and inefficiency everywhere.Liberals Shouldn’t Defend FDR’s Attacks on the Court
June 28, 2012
Historical Examples of unconsumed
And when they that were therein fled to the part that was yet unconsumed, lo!Stories from Virgil
Alfred J. Church
Unconsumed particles of coal, rendered volatile by heat, and driven off.The Reason Why
Yet what mist could live in such a burning and be unconsumed?Up and Down
Edward Frederic Benson
He looked as if the war had more let him alone, left him detached, unconsumed.Non-combatants and Others
The stores that were yet unconsumed he rescued from destruction for the use of his own army.From Canal Boy to President
Horatio Alger, Jr.