Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not recorded; not registered; not made part of any record: as, an unrecorded deed or lease.
  • Not kept in remembrance by writing or by public monuments.

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  • adjective Not recorded.

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  • adjective actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing

Etymologies

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un- +‎ recorded

Examples

  • Although the origin of the phrase went unrecorded, it almost certainly sprang from their familiarity with two other playing-card epithets.

    The Five of Hearts

  • Although the origin of the phrase went unrecorded, it almost certainly sprang from their familiarity with two other playing-card epithets.

    The Five of Hearts

  • History tells us there was probably global goods hoarding; in other words, there may have been an inventory cycle of immense amplitude, much of it unrecorded, which is now being unwound violently.

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  • To be sure, there often is uncertainty about property prices in any country after a boom, because of factors such as unrecorded transfers or seasonality.

    A Home-Price Puzzle in Spain

  • This doubled once the invisible costs, such as unrecorded write-offs, were taken into account.

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  • This doubled once the invisible costs, such as unrecorded write-offs, were taken into account.

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  • This doubled once the invisible costs, such as unrecorded write-offs, were taken into account.

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  • He said a painting was "unrecorded" if it was not previously known to art scholars.

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  • Specialists call this entirely unrecorded but partly reconstructed language Proto-Indo-European, as in “the common ancestor of all the Indo-European languages.”

    The English Is Coming!

  • Specialists call this entirely unrecorded but partly reconstructed language Proto-Indo-European, as in “the common ancestor of all the Indo-European languages.”

    The English Is Coming!

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