Unremedied seems to be a single word in M-W, but doesn't seem to be well recognized English word.

I'm looking to find a word that basically conveys, "this infraction is not yet corrected", where "not yet corrected" is the magic word you provide.

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    Context is everything in wrangling English idioms. Can you clarify? If it's a case of an infraction, "outstanding" could work. Other circumstances could be addresed by "pending," "unresolved" or "open." – Rob_Ster Feb 15 '16 at 4:39

Unaddressed. Perhaps, unresolved.

  • These work. Unaddressed would imply that no attempt had yet been made to correct the issue. – Chenmunka Feb 23 '16 at 14:27

Uncorrected goes back at least 200 years, so it seems a pretty safe choice.

  • Does "uncorrected" imply the 'yet'? M-W defines uncorrected as "Not corrected". Is there a better word that conveys the "yet"? – K - Feb 15 '16 at 4:23
  • @K- If it's uncorrected then it has not been corrected yet. – Hot Licks Jun 6 '16 at 21:31

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