reprocessed

[ree-pros-est or, esp. British, -proh-sest]
adjective
(of wool) previously spun and woven but not used, as tailors' clippings.

Origin:
1935–40; re- + processed

unreprocessed, adjective
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Originally, the term referred to fabric made from partly reprocessed wool
  fibers, which were less fine than new wool.
Important information acquired while awake may be reprocessed during sleep.
The nitrates and other minerals can easily be recaptured and reprocessed by
  plants into a useable medium.
Commercial power spent fuel can be reprocessed and re-burned.
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