unwitnessed

[uhn-wit-nist]
adjective
1.
lacking the signature of a witness: an unwitnessed legal document.
2.
not perceived by the senses; not noticed or observed: unwitnessed everyday occurrences.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; see un-1, witness, -ed2

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unwitnessed (ʌnˈwɪtnɪst)
 
adj
1.  without the signature or attestation of a witness
2.  not seen or observed

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Example sentences
The event was unwitnessed, but it appears that he stopped the tractor on the downward slope of a hillside after the baler jammed.
Although the incident was unwitnessed, he may have been cleaning turnings and filings from the rotating turntable.
The sequence of events leading to the fall was unwitnessed.
The event was unwitnessed, so the actual sequence of events is unknown.
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