from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not officially verified, guaranteed, or registered; not certified: an uncertified teacher.
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- adj. Lacking certification or official documentation
- adj. Not officially registered
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking requisite official documentation or endorsement
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This season, they are sounding the alarm on no-name uncertified products.
CA: San Francisco sues e-voting vendor over 'uncertified' ballot devices
Clearly, since it described them so minutely, it would do an "uncertified" merchant no good to steal the certification of another.
One the other hand, shame on Chartwells & CPS for sending home "uncertified" and
In a recent essay, which conservatives have taken to quoting with approval, Hayward asserts that the Founding Fathers would be thrilled that an "uncertified" person like Sarah Palin is up for one of the highest offices in the land.
"uncertified" diabetes experts, working for Diabetes Station, then Diabetes Teen Talk and then dLife.
The professional certified Chinese English teachers are assigned courses in grammar, reading, and writing, and the lay uncertified and often less educated foreign teachers help facilitate the practice of speaking and listening skills.
Certainly, all expensive coins should be certified by the PCGS or the NGC, as buying certified coins involves much less risk than buying uncertified coins.
Some of the fakes now are very good, and the collecting public should be very careful when considering uncertified material, regardless of the source.
Expensive uncertified U.S. coins are usually coins that the PCGS and the NGC have refused to numerically grade and/or identified as being severely problematic.