from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not having been adjusted to conform to new data or information: an unadjusted figure of 8.5 percent.
- adj. Not having adapted to new conditions: several unadjusted refugees.
- adj. Needing to be made operable or accurate by adjusting or regulating: an unadjusted clock that is running fast.
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- adj. Not adjusted, especially not altered to fit new or changed data or circumstances
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not altered to fit certain requirements
- adj. not having adapted to new conditions
In September, the Federal Labor Office had recorded 3.031 million jobless in unadjusted terms, and 3.188 million in seasonally-adjusted terms.
He argued that conscious anti-Semites, especially "the 'unadjusted' veterans," would identify unconsciously with the GIs: "just demobilized, ordinary, white native Protestant, 'our kind, '— a band of comrades with battle records, plagued by the unhappinesses and insecurities of that new, troubling No Man's Land between war and postwar."
Since we cannot completely live these tendencies down, we are all more or less "unadjusted" and ill adapted.
All county and metro figures are unadjusted, meaning that they don't factor seasonal fluctuations, such as the start of school or winter slowdown of construction.
However, the Department of Homeland Security's practice of jailing "unadjusted" refugees after a year is indefensible.
America's mental health problems may be more than a matter of some "unadjusted" individuals.
They hold that the problem of mental health in a society is only that of the number of 'unadjusted' individuals, and not of a possible unadjustment of the culture itself. "
When we run our analysis with the unadjusted measure, however, our conclusions do not change.
The Commerce Department on Monday is due with figures expected to show personal incomes, before tax and unadjusted for inflation, rising about 5% in February from a year earlier.
Compared with a year earlier, core machinery orders were up 6.8%, unadjusted for seasonal factors.