Definitions

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  • adj. Not published

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not made public; secret; private.
  • Not published; still in manuscript, as a book.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not published

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Examples

  • YEAR = {}, type = {}, number = {}, address = {} @unpublished is used to refer to as of yet unpublished documents, articles and such.

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  • The entries would be wrong because the data wasn't expected to contain unpublished books.

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  • Presented annually, the awards honour excellence in unpublished work submitted by up-and-coming writers across the country and are presented by CBC and Radio-Canada, the Canada Council for the Arts and Air Canada's enRoute magazine.

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  • Apart from the few column inches Penthouse was able to accommodate, these tapes, from 1979, have lain unpublished ever since.

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  • The increased digitization of the profession of literary scholarship has also made certain unpublished, archival, and visual resources more readily available.

    The Call of the Wild

  • Let the world decide whether the stuff that's still unpublished is fun, paragraph by paragraph, sentence by sentence.

    Cheering the Home Team

  • It was his Gospel he referred to as his unpublished book, his doctrine of Selfishness, and of Man the irresponsible Machine.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • At the same time that he translates and analyzes the Mask, Brecht also translates nine stanzas from Part III of Peter Bell the Third, which apparently remain unpublished throughout Brecht's lifetime. 16

    Intervention & Commitment Forever!: Shelley in 1819, Shelley in Brecht, Shelley in Adorno, Shelley in Benjamin

  • The original version was to remain unpublished for thirteen years.

    Miguel Angel Asturias - Biography

  • It appeared to me and to friends whom I consulted that the Autobiography was so full of romantic adventure and at the same time of such solid historical value that it ought no longer to remain unpublished, and Mr. John Murray, to whom I submitted a transcription of it, came at once to the same conclusion.

    The Autobiography of Liuetenant-General Sir Harry Smith, Baronet of Aliwal on the Sutlej, G. C. B.

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