Unresolved in a sentence as an adjective

But maybe now isn't the time to be speaking about this hiring issue while it's still unresolved.

He doesn't want to take something to Lady Gaga and have her say, "Mmmm.... I don't know" and have the issue unresolved.

I know she has all this weird unresolved drama from the past, but I have a strict no drama allowed rule so I try not to dwell on it.

For instance, someone is temporarily depressed because of a unresolved situation in their lives.

One of the 'fun' aspects of running a math blog is that you get to see Word documents containing "proofs" of unresolved problems or the existence of God or Allah.

If I were Analytics Press, I'd be very uneasy being the third wheel in this sort of relationship with the unresolved matter of breach of contract still in play.

It's not an unresolved question whether idiomatic Python is slower than idiomatic C/C++ for solving comparable problems.

We are moving to a world where elections lead to less and less change, where major problems are going unresolved and punted to a future on the assumption that exponentially growing challenges can be out-waited.

A couple of thousand people gather outside the parliament building for a few days to make noise and listen to speeches.-- The public voted against the Icesave deal because the there were unresolved legal issues around it.

Resolving situations typically involves the bus driver pulling over and waiting for a police officer to arrive, though typically situations go unresolved.

Unresolved definitions


not solved; "many crimes remain unsolved"; "many problems remain unresolved"

See also: unsolved


not brought to a conclusion; subject to further thought; "an open question"; "our position on this bill is still undecided"; "our lawsuit is still undetermined"

See also: open undecided undetermined


characterized by musical dissonance; harmonically unresolved

See also: dissonant