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Lingering QuestionsPlay
Use 'unsolved' when something still raises questions or causes wonder because no answer has been found. SlideThe legend of Atlantis is an unsolved puzzle, sparking curiosity worldwide.
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Emotional WeightPlay
'Unsolved' often carries a sense of frustration or concern, especially in matters needing closure. SlideThe victims' families were distraught over the unsolved nature of the case.
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Not Just CrimesPlay
Although common in legal contexts, 'unsolved' applies to any unresolved issue or question. SlideScientists are facing unsolved questions about the universe.