Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Not having been advertised to the public.

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  • adjective Not advertised

Etymologies

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un- +‎ advertised

Examples

  • This "unadvertised" site is literally updated weekly with new Fruit Machine Tips, Tricks &

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  • Ask if they have any kind of unadvertised specials you can get.

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  • The big ticket item in the Thanksgiving market basket is the turkey, and the average "unadvertised" price for a 16-pound bird was up 13 cents.

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  • In an unadvertised loophole, AT&T has allowed subscribers who have had an unlimited data plan in the past to switch back.

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  • In an unadvertised loophole, AT&T has allowed subscribers who have had an unlimited data plan in the past to switch back.

    A Loophole Means Unlimited Data For AT&T iPhone

  • Because some of the best unadvertised airfare sales last only a few hours even if they're good for travel over a long period, even the best-intentioned email alert can be too late.

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  • This comment was originally posted on Hacker News unadvertised said at 3pm on Nov 16th # |

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  • That gives retired employees an unadvertised bonus, worth more than 10% at the margin for New York City residents.

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  • Note an issue unadvertised by the carrier: These models, like the earlier Android phones, disable the usual option to install applications from outside Google's Android Market.

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  • The records chronicle a shadow admissions system in which some students won spots at the state's most prestigious public university over the protests of admissions officers, while others had their rejections reversed during an unadvertised appeal process.

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