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unlooked

[ uhn-lookt ]
/ ʌnˈlʊkt /
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adjective

not examined, investigated, or heeded (usually followed by into, on, or at): a crime that remains unlooked into.

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Origin of unlooked

1250–1300 for earlier sense; 1555–65 for current sense; Middle English: neglected; see un-1, look, -ed2
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