unshipped

[uhn-shipt]

Origin:
1710–20; un-1 + shipped

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unship

[uhn-ship]
verb (used with object), unshipped, unshipping.
1.
to put or take off from a ship, as persons or goods.
2.
to remove from the place proper for its use, as an oar or tiller.
verb (used without object), unshipped, unshipping.
3.
to become unloaded or removed.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English unshippen; see un-2, ship

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unship (ʌnˈʃɪp)
 
vb , -ships, -shipping, -shipped
1.  to be or cause to be unloaded, discharged, or disembarked from a ship
2.  (tr) nautical to remove from a regular place: to unship oars

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Example sentences
Sales and income are overstated by recognizing revenue for partially shipped,
  unshipped or even back ordered equipment.
However the seller billed for the unshipped goods and the buyer paid for such
  goods by year-end.
The funds from the canceled or unshipped orders to fill new orders.
No cooking and but little eating done to-day in consequence of the galley
  having been unshipped by a heavy sea.
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