Definitions

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  • adj. (of income) not reportable; not required by law to be reported

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Examples

  • Two separate issues here: a) was it worth the effort of Cameron going all the way to Davos to do this kind of unreportable briefing?

    The Guardian World News

  • Many of those so-called individual small contributions to the Obama web site were likely coordinated corporate donations through small unreportable transactions.

    Supreme Court battle

  • To prefer federal charges, Lash had to prove that a suspect was “structuring”—laundering illegal profits into unreportable sums—which required a significant paper trail, the lack of which was the whole idea of smurfing in the first place.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • Due to "Shiite political dynamics" most of the southern part of Iraq is unreportable, says Garrels and embedding with a military unit such as Special Forces is not always the answer.

    NPR 's Garrels Speaks on the Surge, Blackwater and Limits of Embedding

  • The remainder of the conversation is unreportable, but he landed me at Andande all right, and got his dollar.

    Travels in West Africa

  • They don't want to get sucked in and they're going to do what they can and as yet, that's unknown and unreportable to keep it on their terms.

    CNN Transcript Mar 25, 2003

  • Their language was absolutely unreportable, and they were all more or less flushed with beer.

    The Making Of A Novelist An Experiment In Autobiography

  • The endless talks and confabulations, which have not been reported here because their confusion was interminable and unreportable, landed every one in a mass of complicated jumbles.

    A Prisoner in Fairyland

  • A part of this conversation was afterward related by the minister to his wife; a part of it he afterward said was unreportable ---- the manner of tone, the inflection, the gesture of his remarkable guest no man could reproduce.

    The Crucifixion of Philip Strong

  • If the home is to be protected, not only must the dram-shop be made an outlaw, but its allies, the gambling hells, the houses of unreportable infamy, the ignorance of the general population as to alcoholics and other narcotics, the timidity of trade, the venality of portions of the press, and especially the subserviency of political parties to the liquor traffic, must be assailed as confederates of the chief enemy of the home ....

    Address Before The Second Biennial Convention Of The World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union

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