from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Without physical support.
- adj. For which support or help is not available.
- adj. Without confirmation from a credible source, without verifying support
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not supported; not upheld; not sustained; not maintained; not countenanced; not aided.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not sustained or maintained by nonmaterial aid
- adj. not held up or borne
Pentagon auditors have uncovered more than $10 billion in what they call unsupported or questionable military costs.
Of course she fell after a few seconds, but going from lying on your stomach to standing on ice unsupported is a big deal.
They show how each uses ill-defined global concepts (such as "mean temperature"), confuse infrared radiation with heat (they're different), incorrectly describe the physics inside a glass greenhouse, and use other terms unsupported by the laws of physics.
They couldn’t exist in unsupported world structures, not without the proper meme-patterns threaded throughout the reality’s chronatin makeup.
With flight times to Mars in the region of 150 days (and total mission durations in the region of 900 days, IIRC), we need to practice closed-loop long-term unsupported life support in exo-geo-magnetosphere conditions.
Of the unsupported myths -- unsupported, that is, by even a shadow of probability -- there is no end.
Marable accuses police of failing to investigate the threats on Malcolm X's life and of "almost waiting for a crime to happen," something police officials have called an unsupported conspiracy theory.
Although Taylor's creation of the Grants Administration Department provides for independent review going forward, the City still had to pay back the $1.5 million in CDBG spending that HUD identified as unsupported or ineligible.
The team will make the trip unsupported, that is, carrying all gear needed for the trip in the vehicles completing the tour.
Factcheck called this "unsupported" - NRA Claim: "Appoint Judges to the U.S.