unused to spicy food, she took a long mouthful of water
fresh: not yet used or soiled; "a fresh shirt"; "a fresh sheet of paper"; "an unused envelope"
not yet put into use; "we bought an unused car for a change"
idle: not in active use; "the machinery sat idle during the strike"; "idle hands"
infrequently exposed to; "feet unused to shoes"
(unusable) unserviceable: not capable of being used
(Unusable) In design, usability is the study of the ease with which people can employ a particular tool or other human-made object in order to achieve a particular goal. ...
not used; not accustomed
The condition of a stamp that has no cancellation or other sign of use.
A stamp that has not been cancelled but not necessarily a mint stamp.
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Indicates the number of credits/courses NOT used for the degree evaluation. It generally contains courses with the grades of F, I, NP and W.
Some individuals prefer this term over "mint" if an item is other than never hinged
Not canceled or otherwise defaced, but not in mint condition or with original gum.
a stamp that has not been used for postage and therefore has no postmark. The stamp may have only partial or even no gum or may have been hinged so as to no longer be regarded as "mint". ...
An uncanceled stamp that has not been used but has a hinge mark or some other characteristic or defect that keeps it from being considered a mint stamp. Uncanceled stamps without gum may have been used and missed being canceled, or they may have lost their gum by accident.
An uncancelled stamp (as opposed to a mint stamp, see above), but one that has been hinged for mounting into an album. Such stamps can be either gummed or ungummed (the gum having been washed off).
not being used at present, or never having been used.