closed, barred, or sealed: an unopened bottle of whisky
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How to use unopened in a sentence
Laya flew to New York and found Shulamith emaciated and panhandling, carrying a bag holding a hammer and an unopened can of food.
In February 2009 a giant fire broke out in the yet-unopened compound.Architectural White Elephants: Beijing, London, and the Post-Olympics Curse | Melinda Liu | August 14, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
A scented note unopened on the dressing table can cause more unhappiness to your wife than the loss of his country to a king.The Fifth String | John Philip Sousa
On their pretty bamboo trellises the potted morning-glory vines held out flowers as yet unopened.The Dragon Painter | Mary McNeil Fenollosa
One or two critics said the situation is impossible, because no man would carry a letter unopened for a long number of years.
Kitty Tynan thought of the unopened letter in a woman's handwriting in the green baize desk in her mother's house.
You mean to say you read that letter which he had kept unopened and unread for five long years?