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- adj. Not having a name.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not named; not having received a name; hence, not known by name; anonymous.
- Not named; not mentioned.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being or having an unknown or unnamed source
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If some choose to remain "unnamed", they have excellent reasons.
Responsibility for the crisis was diffused; there was a passing reference to "greed and irresponsibility on the part of some" (who remain unnamed), but the emphasis was put on "our collective inability to make hard choices."
Since he is already a fan of that other Chicago team which shall remain unnamed, it should be easy for him.
My dad, the son of a Zeelander, told me of times when he and a few like-minded Young (Dutch) Turks would skate, of a Saturday, out from Sheboygan to Plymouth, by way of the river, there to partake in unnamed revelries and would then skate back in the moonlight.
Annie Evett By the time most of you are reading this, Annie will be with another writer – who shall remain unnamed, in a Twilight Movie Marathon.
This collection of ten linked short stories deals with characters who are displaced – geographically, psychologically, linguistically – in unnamed but slightly exotic lands.
This reminds me: there was a Lebanese professor – who shall remain unnamed, and he is not Ajami – who was expecting to receive tenure at Princeton in the late 1980s.
With his trademark wry humor, he also said he is bringing back "a certain unnamed intelligence officer from Afghanistan" who wrote a report critical of intelligence gathering there; this officer will help improve intelligence sharing among federal agencies and with state and local agencies.
All the Supreme Court spouses open accounts for political activism, into which parties who remain unnamed can pour undisclosed contributions.
(Unlike a certain unnamed Representative whose name will never again escape my breath without at least one offensive adjective attached to it.) datingjesus