unsold

unsell

[uhn-sel]
verb (used with object), unsold, unselling.
to dissuade from a belief in the desirability, value, wisdom, or truth of something: He tried to unsell the public on its faith in rearmament.

Origin:
1925–30; un-2 + sell1

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unsold (ʌnˈsəʊld)
 
adj
not sold: quantities of unsold stock

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