Definition of unnamed in English:

unnamed

adjective

  • Not named.

    ‘the unnamed man was found unconscious’
    • ‘When normal-looking Harry and Tyrone stop in at an unnamed city on their way from New York to Florida to score, they are at first greeted as normal people.’
    • ‘A fugitive escapes to the underground sewer of an unnamed city.’
    • ‘It was filmed from the right handlebar of Jonas's bicycle as he traversed the streets of an unnamed Third World city.’
    • ‘The story takes place in an unnamed Pacific Coast city in 1949.’
    • ‘The home team will be bossed by City player-manager Chris Brass, while the away team will come under the guidance of an as yet unnamed former City chief.’
    • ‘It turns out that they have been placed there by the Jigsaw Killer, a serial murderer rampaging through the unnamed city.’
    • ‘City officials granted the unnamed Bush daughter privileged status, carting her out of the danger zone, despite the quarantine in effect.’
    • ‘Earlier, the ITAR-Tass news agency had said the death toll was 28, citing unnamed officials in the city fire department.’
    • ‘The family moves out of their unnamed city to an unnamed suburban area to start again.’
    • ‘Carole Theriault, anti-virus consultant at Sophos, believes messages in the virus itself may well have helped police identify their unnamed prime suspect.’
    • ‘Everyman protagonist Josef wakes up in an unnamed European city with nothing but a suitcase.’
    • ‘Back home, in the unnamed city, the grammarian's fourth daughter came of age.’
    • ‘Although The Machinist is supposed to take place in a large, unnamed American city, it was filmed in and around Barcelona, Spain.’
    • ‘I initially assumed Degrassi, filmed in East Toronto but set in an unnamed North American city, was another After School Special.’
    • ‘By conflating the stories in this way the fresco underscores the identity of the unnamed sinner with Mary Magdalen.’
    • ‘School's out in an unnamed Japanese city and dour young Masao is at a loss.’
    • ‘Extreme care should be taken not to identify unnamed sources in a way that exposes their identity.’
    • ‘But Britain has continued to insist it has intelligence that Iraq did make such an attempt, passed on by an unnamed third country whose identity has not been revealed.’
    • ‘The newspaper, quoting unnamed sources, said city authorities were thinking of introducing the ban to raise levels of public morality.’
    • ‘The British were engaged, and routed, and then defeated en masse at an unnamed river normally identified as the Thames.’
    unstated, unidentified, unquantified, undesignated, undefined, unfixed, undecided, undetermined, uncertain, uncounted
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Pronunciation

unnamed

/ʌnˈneɪmd/