Definitions

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  • adj. Not having a known source or origin.

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Examples

  • Two more comments from maryru (again unsourced) that I think might provide some political context here, regardless of anyone's views on public assistance:

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • "I think it would be a good idea" (unsourced, which is rather unfortunate)

    The IT Skeptic - Comments

  • As far as the Honolulu Symphony goes, here are a couple of links relevant to the "unsourced" Music News itemthere are plenty more out there:

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • This is the kind of unsourced gossip whoring that Drudge has done with the Washington Times in the past.

    Think Progress » Drudge Falsely Smears Gore

  • The article was unsourced which is a common reason for deletion on Wikipedia.

    What's Wikipedia Got Against Open Source?

  • Before anyone complains that this post in "unsourced" let me say that as a recent VICTIM of Credit Card Fraud as well as a law enforcement officer I am very concerned about this epidemic that is hitting our nation HARD!

    Latest Articles

  • I fail to see how my statement that Bentham's body is in a box at UCL is 'unsourced', so I've put it back in.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • I know of no other historical studies that would ever contemplate using such "unsourced" documents as evidence in this way.

    CADRE Comments

  • You also said in your edit comment that you removed "unsourced" material, but the material you removed had a source (which you also removed)!

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Since virtually anything, no matter how blind or unsourced, is now fit for distribution to the Twitterati, this is a glorious new day for such people.

    Fortune's Stanley Bing: Why People Leak to the Media

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