from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not edited.
- adj. Not published.
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- adj. unpublished or unedited.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not edited; unpublished.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not edited; unpublished; not made known by publication; not issued: as, an inedited manuscript.
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Amongst the inedited letters of the late Lord Orford, there is one which the present learned editor, Mr. Peter Cunningbam, has omitted from his collection, doubting possibly the authenticity of the document.
Mr. Locock succeeded in recovering several inedited fragments of verse and prose.
 _Relacion de lo que se ha escrito y escribe en las Filipinas fecho este año de 1593_, an apparently inedited MS. in the A. of I.,
Most of the principal Archaisms are illustrated by examples selected from early inedited MSS, and rare books, and by far the greater portion will be found to be original authorities.
Most of the principal Archaisms are illustrated by examples selected from early inedited MSS. and rare books, and by far the greater portion will be found to be original authorities.
We have now to announce from the same publisher an inedited work by Evelyn, entitled _The History of
Communications of inedited Legends, Notices of remarkable Customs and
M. Cousin says, that the _Opus Tertium_, as well as the _Opus M.nus_, is still inedited; and is only known by what Jebb has said of it in his preface to the _Opus M.jus_.
Wreford (J. Reynell) on inedited lines by Robert Burns, 300.
Norway -- from a MS., for the most part hitherto inedited, and which appears to have been written in Orkney about the middle of the fifteenth century.