At which point he was pelted on live television by an unidentified flying object—a direct hit to his left cheek.
Worse, many are yet unidentified, meaning their loved ones likely think they made it to safety.
Last Thursday an unidentified 80-year-old from Berkshire was interviewed under caution.
Now 26 years old, the unidentified accuser says she “recovered” the memories after years of repressing them.
In the 5:30 p.m. call, an unidentified person describes Jamie Hahn as stabbed and “bleeding so badly.”
Harry Squires, in his account, placed it all alone in the list of "unidentified dead."
Dead bodies were common in those hills, and often were unidentified.
Ramsey mentioned the unidentified man with the cornet but found no seconder.
Edmunds fed adults on unidentified flowers in the laboratory.
The poet had touched on some unidentified form of the story, long before, in The Lady of Shalott.
1640s, "regard as the same," from French identifier, from identité (see identity). Sense of "recognize" first recorded 1769. Meaning "make one (with), associate (oneself)" is from 1780. Sense of "serve as means of identification" is attested by 1886. Related: Identified; identifying.