Definitions

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  • adj. That has not been transmitted.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ transmitted

Examples

  • After reading Wally K. Daly's untransmitted Doctor Who story, I became curious about his other work - he was a moderately prolific writer of (mostly radio) plays, and I discovered that he had written a science fiction trilogy in the late 1970s.

    Before The Screaming Begins trilogy

  • ARK, funded by hedge-fund tycoons and banking millionaires, runs academy schools, and, in untransmitted sections of Channel 4's lobbying exposé, the baroness boasted that ARK's project, Future Leaders, had just won a £15m contract from the government's National College of School Leadership.

    Diary

  • "On the evidence (including untransmitted footage and scripts), Ofcom found that the broadcaster had accurately represented the material it had gathered and dealt with the subject matter responsibly and in context." ...

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Cockpitted dumped radio untransmitted comments not permitted request to be her friend already submitted

    The Missing Link Internet Love « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1

  • On the evidence (including untransmitted footage and scripts), Ofcom found that the broadcaster had accurately represented the material it had gathered and dealt with the subject matter responsibly and in context.

    Now investigate West Midlands police

  • Bill and Candy are unmodified; Candy's breasts and buttocks are the ones that grew naturally, Bill's muscles are not the least bit enhanced, and neither of them has been given any training in maintaining an untransmitted persona.

    Mother Of Storms

  • Under the old dispensation it was said, 'Greater love hath no man than this;' is it not possible now that the greatest love is that which lays down its life untransmitted?

    The Master-Knot of Human Fate

  • There was no other attribute that so much impressed her with a sense of new and untransmitted vigour in Pearl’s nature, as this never-failing vivacity of spirits: she had not the disease of sadness, which almost all children, in these latter days, inherit, with the scrofula, from the troubles of their ancestors.

    XVI. A Forest Walk

  • Mr. Frank recognised with a pang that he had failed not only in keeping his torch bright but in passing it on; that the true self which he had missed expressing must die with him barren and untransmitted.

    The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales

  • But it was much more than that: it was the man he hankered after; the man who was a master where he was a beginner; the man who had given his life to learning, and was carrying all his vast accumulations sombrely to the grave, unused, untransmitted.

    Robert Elsmere

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