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unrecorded

[uhn-ri-kawr-did] /ˌʌn rɪˈkɔr dɪd/
adjective
1.
not recorded; not reported in an official record.
2.
not noted in historical documents:
an unrecorded event; an unrecorded tradition.
Origin
1575-1585
1575-85; un-1 + record + -ed2
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Examples for unrecorded
  • Poor oversight meant that many mining casualties went unrecorded.
  • And many of the industry's jobs, such as tour guides or souvenir salesmen, go unrecorded.
  • In truth, such deaths were probably going unrecorded for decades before that.
  • Most important, perhaps, is their apparent confidence that no one's nuts will go unrecorded.
  • But all sorts of corporate risks remain unrecorded in companies' accounts.
  • Even in our own age of film, videotape and crusading notation societies, numerous dances still go unrecorded.
  • For one thing, they preferred the anonymity of an unrecorded life.
  • He is an experienced, precise observer, and draws on his sound sense of history as he looks for unrecorded dusty answers.
  • For short period, there is a kind of hole in time in which any event is unrecorded.
  • Do not enter unrecorded liens or tax collector's deeds.
British Dictionary definitions for unrecorded

unrecorded

/ˌʌnrɪˈkɔːdɪd/
adjective
1.
not recorded on paper, tape, video tape, etc
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