unweighted

[uhn-wey-tid]
adjective
1.
not burdened or encumbered with a heavy load or with mental or emotional matters, problems, etc.
2.
not considered important or significant, as one's opinions or sources: an unweighted point of view.

Origin:
1880–85; un-1 + weighted

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unweight

[uhn-weyt]
verb (used without object)
Skiing. to lessen downward force and friction between the skis and the snow by a quick upward or downward shifting of the body or by using bumps in the terrain.

Origin:
1935–40; un-2 + weight

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Example sentences
Country variance weighted by population may be better than the unweighted sort, but still it ignores inequality within countries.
The data collected from survey respondents are called raw data, or unweighted data.
The second part of the appendix presents the same tabulations, but they are unweighted.
Starting next year, the comparative data over time will be reported as unweighted data.
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