from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not counted: The uncounted money is in the safe.
- adj. Uncountable; innumerable: There are uncounted reasons for my declining the invitation.
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- adj. Not counted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not counted; not numbered; hence, innumerable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. too numerous to be counted
Our arguments, our anger, the anxious pleading of philanthropists who saw the young on the East Side going to ruin, the warning year after year of the superintendent of schools that the compulsory education law was but an empty mockery where it was most needed, the knocking of uncounted thousands of children for whom there was no room, uncounted in sober fact; there was not even a way of finding out how many were adrift, 3brought only the response that the tax rate must be kept down.
Civilian losses remain uncounted, and the damage to our nation too several generations to heal.
A man who lost his True Love in uncounted eons of previous incarnations ago hears her voice through the Night Hearing, and learns that there is another Lesser Redoubt lost somewhere in the darkness of the sunless world.
I'm not blogging today but this deserves a mention: King County Elections staff said about 100 bags -- containing up to 20,000 absentee ballots that had been dropped off at polling sites on Election Day -- remain uncounted because of an array of problems caused by the bags 'being overstuffed.
With last week's ruling, however, supervisors appointed to fill a vacancy will have the entirety of their first term uncounted toward term limits.
It was absurd to dismiss in a score of terms the uncounted lights and shadows visible at dawn, the fragile ridges of the dented hills.
His later criteria that an illegal vote could be "uncounted" only with the illegal voter testifying as to who they voted for negates any non proven statements he made earlier.
The TARATV correspondent Subrata who is accompanying Mamata in her tour, puts it as "uncounted" as he explains no one can say and know the exact figure.
In contrast, in all prior recessions, the number of 'uncounted' unemployed
His death was initially counted as a homicide but was later "uncounted" after the medical examiner ruled that his death was natural and not from the injuries he suffered after being shot in the head.