- 2 of 2 thesaurus results
Main Entry: incomplete
Part of Speech: adjective
Definition: unfinished, wanting
Synonyms: abridged, broken, crude, defective, deficient, expurgated, fractional, fragmentary, garbled, half-done, immature, imperfect, inadequate, incoherent, insufficient, lacking, meager, part, partial, rough, rude, rudimentary, short, sketchy, unaccomplished, unconsummated , under construction, undeveloped, undone, unexecuted, unpolished
Antonyms: accomplished, complete, finished, perfect
The existing entry is marked (tech), so whatever they though of it was not marriage. There are two entries for that flagged (law).
I can - barely - imagine that a very formal way to talk about not-burned stuff may be to call it unconsumated, though a quick girgle-search yields no results that make it likely and looking at the definition above, it would obviously be imagining things.
So I agree with #0 that the existing entry is wrong.
I'm not sure how to replace it, though.
Giiggeling for unverbrannt gets one results about car fuel, pellet heatings or sewage gas and meaning either a residue of burning or something that was released into the atmosphere whithout anyone trying to burn it (usually the author thought they should).