unset

[uhn-set]
adjective
1.
not set; not solidified or made firm, as concrete or asphalt.
2.
(of a gemstone) not mounted in a setting.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English: (of a time) unappointed; see un-2, set

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unset (ʌnˈsɛt)
 
adj
1.  not yet solidified or firm
2.  (of a gem) not yet in a setting
3.  (of textual matter) not yet composed

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Example sentences
The bath contains unset gel made with deionized or distilled water, which is
  calcium-free.
One of the down-town jewelers has a window filled with opals, set and unset.
They also showed that this clock could be unset and reset by light.
It consists of groups of four cutters set alternately, separated by an unset
  raker with gullets on each side.
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