Definition of unranked in English:

unranked

adjective

  • Not having achieved or been given a rank or ranking:

    ‘the team have two matches against unranked opponents’
    • ‘But the flip side to that is now the Spartans get to play seven unranked teams in a row.’
    • ‘The Friars have authored one of the best stories of the season, going from unranked in the preseason to contending for the Big East championship.’
    • ‘Women remain disproportionately represented within instructor, lecturer, and unranked positions: more than 57 percent of those holding such positions are women, according to the AAUP's annual salary survey.’
    • ‘The Irish, unranked in the preseason Associated Press poll, are 5-2 with upcoming home games against Air Force and Boston College followed by season-ending trips to Rutgers and USC.’
    • ‘You start off unranked in the Junior Class, and move on to Senior, and then Varsity.’
    • ‘If they go undefeated again this year, they might wind up unranked.’
    • ‘An erk is British slang for an unranked air force and navy person.’
    • ‘Tyson's opponent was the unranked Henry Tillman.’
    • ‘Currently unranked worldwide, the former Yorkshire under-18 champion was a direct entrant into the main draw which started on Wednesday.’
    • ‘Like Stanford, Loyola jumped into the top - 25 after being unranked in the 2004 preseason poll.’
    • ‘The four unranked books which made the shortlist shared a seriousness and scholarly rigour, but were otherwise quite dissimilar.’
    • ‘The unranked Richmond Spiders beat the No. 12 Jayhawks in Kansas, snapping KU's 52-game home winning streak against unranked opponents.’
    • ‘If Indiana or Ohio State is in first place in the Big Ten but unranked, are we really supposed to believe their games don't matter as much?’
    • ‘Queen's was ranked number seven in the CIS, while Waterloo was unranked thanks in part to their continuing slide into mediocrity.’
    • ‘If the damage to property exceeds $1, 500, the offender is guilty of an unranked class C felony (up to one year in jail and/or a $10,000 fine).’
    • ‘How else could a completely unranked individual like myself teach him?’
    • ‘The feature is a fitting tribute to all these ranked and unranked players.’
    • ‘K-State's loss to the Aggies snapped Snyder's 60-game win streak against unranked teams.’
    • ‘Instead, an unranked gymnast was selected to fill the position.’
    • ‘The first week of February, supertalented Memphis was 204, unranked, and feisty.’

Pronunciation:

unranked

/ʌnˈrankt/