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  • adj. Not tallied; uncounted.


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un- +‎ tallied


  • I'm back home now after our two weeks on the road yielding maybe five hundred brand new eye witnesses to our great national disgrace -- our nation discards millions of people and untallied billions in human capital -- even though we only need to Internet search the TVA to know that it's better to invest in our resources than to discard them.

    Pat LaMarche: Our Nation's Great Disgrace

  • That led to $400 million in lost ticket tax revenue and as-yet untallied disruption for contractors.

    Analysis: Is Congress hurting the economy?

  • Fifty systems, untallied mates, the daring runs behind him, there was just one thing left to do: get back to earth before the comet hit.


  • The Mayeses paid $140,000 total for theirs, plus three years and hundreds of untallied receipts for the restoration (high-level projects usually run about $3,000 to $3,600 per square meter).

    Under Another Tuscan Sun

  • With the votes in one constituency (aka district) still untallied, Cameron's Conservative Party has won305 seats in the House of Commons, short of the 326 needed for an overall majority.

    Explainer: The British Elections and the Queen's Role in Government

  • In the nations south of the Sahara, almost two decades of AIDS deaths -- 2.2 million in 1998 alone, and a still untallied but certainly greater number in 1999 -- is leaving a sea of orphans in its wake.

    10 Million Orphans

  • CA: 1 million votes still untallied in California LINK

    'Daily Voting News' For February 14, 2008

  • In Florida in 2000, the media went back and counted all the untallied ballots left over after the Supreme Court ordered usto stop the vote count and appointed Bush.

    Slay That Green Dragon

  • Gans added that another 400,000 remain untallied in New York.


  • The Kielmark sat heavily in a chair, uncharac'teristically withdrawn for a commander who had lost six moored vessels to the tide, and whose domain sustained an untallied toll of damages.



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