untried

[uhn-trahyd]
adjective
1.
not tried; not attempted, proved, or tested.
2.
not yet tried at law.

Origin:
1520–30; un-1 + tried

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untried (ʌnˈtraɪd)
 
adj
1.  not tried, attempted, or proved; untested
2.  not tried by a judge or court

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untried
1520, "not proven or tested," from un- (1) "not" + pp. of try.
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Example sentences
The article outlines other serious consequences, as yet untried in court.
Whatever happens will be mostly new and untried by newly formed organizations.
Virtue, opening heaven to those who do not deserve to die, makes her course by
  paths untried.
Skating, a subject frequently found in genre paintings, had been untried in
  portraits of this size.
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