Definition of unrecorded in English:

unrecorded

adjective

  • Not recorded.

    ‘the first use of tobacco is unrecorded’
    • ‘Because the two opposing fleets never came face to face, a number of significant incidents of the battle are unrecorded, and these artworks help fill the gaps.’
    • ‘Deaths went unrecorded for a variety of reasons - indifference to the fate of ‘worthless’ beings, the confusion of war.’
    • ‘How many unrecorded racist comments have you made?’
    • ‘Calls that went unrecorded and unanswered are now being picked up.’
    • ‘He adds the national surveillance unit set up in 1990 may have created an impression the disease was new when in fact it had been around all along, but previously unrecorded.’
    • ‘It is estimated that up to 20,000 unrecorded Rights of Way will be discovered.’
    • ‘It is thought many more attacks go unrecorded as drivers fail to report them because they fear no action will be taken.’
    • ‘What its subject made of it is unrecorded, which is perhaps just as well.’
    • ‘The story of St Kilda before the arrival of Martin Martin is almost entirely unrecorded.’
    • ‘Dr Parapia said he still needed more convincing and wondered if there could have been other unrecorded Somali deaths.’
    • ‘His marriage lasted just eight years, with his 27-year-old wife dying from an unrecorded illness.’
    • ‘These are all positive moves for the club which have gone practically unrecorded.’
    • ‘Their reward was to be paid highly and then retire gracefully and anonymously, with a state honour or two, to a place in the country, secrets kept and views unrecorded.’
    • ‘Common assaults are those resulting in no injury and in the past may have gone unrecorded.’
    • ‘Four of the injuries occurred in the street, eight were at private displays and two happened in unrecorded locations.’
    • ‘All resistance depended on infrastructures of anonymity, and for that reason the names of many essential resisters went unrecorded except at local level.’
    • ‘Marlborough was required to pay £60 and find an unrecorded number of men to serve in the king's navy.’
    • ‘Claims of illnesses due to pesticide exposure go unrecorded and very little scientific work in this area has been carried out.’
    • ‘Elsewhere in the county, a farmer alerted the team to seven previously unrecorded panels on his land.’
    • ‘Many died with their experiences unrecorded, the crimes against them unprosecuted, in the brutal camps of northern Siberia.’
    tacit, implicit, unvoiced, silent, implied, taken for granted, accepted, recognized, understood
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Pronunciation

unrecorded

/ʌnrɪˈkɔːdɪd/