from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That has not been discovered; unknown.
- adj. That has not yet been discovered; unexplored.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not discovered; not seen; not descried; not laid open to view; lying hid.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not discovered
- adj. not yet discovered
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A third method of divining big moves, an untraditional one I would like to think I have helped pioneer myself, comes from examining a different, unexploited cohort, which I call the undiscovered stocks of unknown companies.
I believe the orang pendek is a great ape closely related to the orang-utan – in other words an undiscovered species of ponginae.
What must it be like for the Tyonek people whose ancestors 'bones still lie in undiscovered burial grounds in this soil - in this "lease area", and whose very lives depend on the subsistence harvest of fish, and game, and berries just like those ancestors have done for thousands of years?
But we seem to be in undiscovered country at the moment.
There will be many more such examples found and many, many, more that will remain undiscovered but none of it will make a jot of difference as the MSM will ignore reporting anything that might run counter to "the narrative" that Barack Obama won the election by acclamation.
I thought the piles of unsolicited manuscripts it was my job to sift through would contain undiscovered gems.
If C. ashaninka has been cryptic enough to remain undiscovered until 1997, can we be absolutely sure that C. oblativus is really extinct?
True, the person behind the YGBM program is revealed early on, which I found a surprising story choice, but his machinations to remain undiscovered bordered on Byzantine.
At its outset, the Poet's journey is vaguely described as a "quest for strange truths in undiscovered lands" (77), a search for novelty.
Of course it has not lain undiscovered through the ages.