unused funds, sitting idle, do nothing to perpetuate the cycle of support that America relies on.
Three weeks later, they had settled Jamestown, an unused bit of land the Native Americans had deemed undesirable.
By the end of 1983, Wilson had managed to siphon $300 million of unused Pentagon cash to the Afghan mujahideen.
Inevitably, the old visceral “hands-on” flying skills, no longer much employed by pilots, have atrophied like an unused limb.
unused sugar turns into fat, leading to fatty liver, diabetes, and obesity.
unused are not likely to depreciate, and they may appreciate.
It was weak—with those flabby, unused muscles, it had to be.
Mr. Traill pulled a bell-cord and Ailie, unused as yet to bells, put her startled little face in at the door to the scullery.
Their ears, unused to the voice of man's love, tingled at the words of Pierre.
This shiftlessness was encouraged by the vast extent of unused and unoccupied domain.