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Definition of Unsolved

  • not solved

How to use unsolved in a sentence. Unsolved pronunciation.

Several parties were arrested on suspicion, but nothing could be proved, and the mystery remained unsolved.
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To this the donkey could make no answer; at least he did not think it prudent to try, as night was still before him, and the question of shelter still unsolved.
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Whence, as early as the sixth century, if not the fifth, they, and their disciples of Iona and Scotland, derived their peculiar tonsure, their use of bells, their Eastern mode of keeping the Paschal feast, and other peculiarities, seemingly without the intervention of Rome, is a mystery still unsolved.
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All she achieved by her thinking was the conviction that, in such a cause, no risk was too great; and that, far from making any rules for herself or others, she would let difficulties accumulate unsolved, situations widen their jaws unsatiated, while she maintained a position of absolute and fearless independence.
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Can man fathom life's links, Past or future, unsolved by Egyptian Or Theban, unspoken by Sphinx?
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Too often, I'm afraid, we have good-naturedly admitted the unsolved burglary and paid the insurance claim.
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Even in love, the most divine of passions, there should be a wave of uncertainty and a sense of unsolved mystery to give it everlastingness.
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From what he could gather, he judged that much space had already been given to it; for now, inasmuch as no solution offered, the item was dying slowly, the major portion of each article being devoted to a rehash of similar unsolved mysteries.
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But more riddles than that of the Sphinx are lost in the depths of the sandy desert; and more unsolved problems lie in the recesses of the past than even the restless and inquiring spirit of modern times will ever discover;-and if it should ever chance that in days to come, the secret of the movable floor of the Great Pyramid should be found, and the lost treasures of Egypt brought to light, there will probably be much discussion and marvel concerning the Golden Tomb of Araxes.
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If you are disposed to investigate the matter, you will find that the history of nations may be clearly traced in the visible moral expression of the homes of the people;-in the portable home-tents of the Arabs; the homely solidity of the houses in Germany and Holland; the cheerful, wide-spreading hospitality of Switzerland; the superficial elegance and extravagance of France; the thoroughness and self-assertion of the English; and in the heterogeneous conglomerations of America, made up of importations from every land and nation under the sun,-a constant striving and changing,-a mass of problems yet unsolved.
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The shop was the great unsolved question.
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The germinal vesicle and spot cease to be discernible (their precise fate being one of the yet unsolved problems of embryology), but the yelk becomes circumferentially indented, as if an invisible knife had been drawn round it, and thus appears divided into two hemispheres (Fig. 12, C).
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Often, at some one’s suggestion of a new idea, we ran off to explore the house again in search of the key to the Glenarm riddle, and always we came back to the library with that riddle still unsolved.
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Because of the influx of foreign peoples, the unsolved race problem, tardy economic reforms, uncertain justice, political corruption, and official mediocrity, America stands more in need of good citizenship than of generosity, more in need of statesmen than of clergymen.
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Thus the problem came into the early Church unsolved.
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And not only so; it gives a relish and facility for successfully pursuing the unsolved ones.
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To deal in a more satisfactory way with the eighty or ninety per cent. of children who leave school for work at fourteen, and to bridge over with profit alike to the child, the employer and the community the gap between fourteen and sixteen which is the unsolved riddle of educators everywhere today. 2.
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See "Cross and Self-Fertilisation," page 156, where the problem is left unsolved.
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Killed, as well as hooked; for how large trout are to be killed in a weedy chalk-stream without a stiff rod which will take them down, is a question yet unsolved.
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One moon had nearly gone by, and yet the mystery remained unsolved.
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Examples of Unsolved

Example #1
No clue whatever to the robbers could be obtained.
Example #2
When asked if he was ever incredulous, he said, 'No, I have never lost my faith in recovering this property.
Example #3
Good-nature was soon restored, and the discussion renewed.
Example #4
If, however, he regarded their act as a crime, he was himself a criminal, inasmuch as he had accepted the fruits, and profited by the act, knowing how the food had been obtained.
Example #5
The hermits who became abbots, with their monks, were the only teachers of the people-one had almost said, the only Christians.
Example #6
In the Celtic Irish Church, there seems to have been no other pattern.