Definitions

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  • adj. Not having been scored.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ scored

Examples

  • But Imani refuses to cut off ties with her childhood best friend, a girl who has taken up romantically with an "unscored" -- someone whose parents have not opted for the surveillance system -- and her association with an anti-social element causes her score to plummet.

    Boing Boing

  • Be aware that the SATs contain 10 sections - 3 of each of the 3 topics, and one "unscored" section, which is used to ensure the test is objective (you won't know which section is unscored, so you will have to write 10 sections).

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  • Be aware that the SATs contain 10 sections - 3 of each of the 3 topics, and one "unscored" section, which is used to ensure the test is objective

    LearnHub Activities

  • Three tablets were unscored, three had one score line and the rest had two.

    Pill-splitting potentially perilous, study suggests

  • He took over during Duke as great as had a Blue Demons seconds divided from an unbeaten, untied, unscored upon deteriorate in 1938.

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  • He's also unscored-on in the postseason for his career.

    Rays rally to beat White Sox, take 2-0 ALDS lead

  • Why not use your knowledge of abiogenesis to make a bold, differentiating prediction about the remaining unscored 12 amino acids?

    An Interesting Pattern

  • Then a call from the home office informed us that a couple of dozen unscored tests had been discovered.

    Dan Brown: Grading the Big Tests: A Study in Madness... and a Really Good New Book

  • Something like it was also noticed by the late Anton Ehrenzweig, who wrote about the importance of unscored musical slurs and subtleties of the artist's brushing.

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  • Ryan's unusual move — Solo was unscored on in almost 300 minutes in four World Cup games — also puts his future in doubt.

    USA rebounds to take third in Women's World Cup

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