Synonyms for unconsumed

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And when they that were therein fled to the part that was yet unconsumed, lo!

Unconsumed particles of coal, rendered volatile by heat, and driven off.

Yet what mist could live in such a burning and be unconsumed?

He looked as if the war had more let him alone, left him detached, unconsumed.

The stores that were yet unconsumed he rescued from destruction for the use of his own army.

That part of capital's unconsumed share bought back the bonds.

What, then, when every country in the world has an unconsumed surplus?

Nothing but the embers of the wagon and the unconsumed iron work, of course, now remained in the road.

There were some unconsumed shavings there, as well as a tin which had once held paraffin.

"Come," he said, rising abruptly, and throwing the unconsumed end of his cigarette into the fireplace.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French consumer "to consume" (12c.) and directly from Latin consumere "to use up, eat, waste," from com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + sumere "to take," from sub- "under" + emere "to buy, take" (see exempt (adj.)).

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