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unbranded

[uhn-bran-did] /ʌnˈbræn dɪd/
adjective
1.
not branded or marked to show ownership:
an unbranded calf.
2.
Commerce. carrying no brand or trademark of a manufacturer:
unbranded canned foods.
Origin
1635-1645
1635-45; un- + brand + -ed2, -ed3
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Examples from the web for unbranded
  • We didn't trust the handmade, the unmarked or unbranded.
  • There is not a lot of huge obscene profit in fresh unbranded fruits and vegetables, meat and dairy products.
  • He wants to build a national network of cold-storage, warehousing, and distribution centres for both branded and unbranded goods.
  • Ownership of unbranded animals is often difficult to determine.
  • unbranded refiners also allocated supply among their customers.
  • The availability of unbranded product was reduced, in some cases by half.
  • Branded gasoline features significantly more asymmetry compared with unbranded gasoline.

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