Definition of unspecified in English:



  • Not stated clearly or exactly.

    ‘an unspecified number of people’
    • ‘But after that you will be able to stay in your own suite, as long as it isn't occupied, at an as yet unspecified discount.’
    • ‘This includes unspecified economic penalties and the severing of diplomatic relations.’
    • ‘At first, the speaker is out of view, looking on from an unknown, unspecified locale.’
    • ‘He is also thought to be suffering from a serious, but unspecified, illness for which he needs powerful medication.’
    • ‘He revealed that City's directors had given the go-ahead for a fans' forum to be held on an unspecified date next year.’
    • ‘An unspecified threat has led to the closures of several courthouses in Connecticut.’
    • ‘The US Air Force has also received orders to deploy an unspecified number of B - 2 bombers.’
    • ‘In September last year members of all parties voted unanimously to grant him an extended leave of absence due to an unspecified illness.’
    • ‘An hour later, the post office manager received a call on his mobile from a man demanding an unspecified amount of money.’
    • ‘The Supreme Court ruled the charges were unlawful and granted unspecified damages to the airline.’
    • ‘For unspecified reasons, he was demoted in 1927, so he resigned and returned to Sofia.’
    • ‘The move is expected to take place at a yet unspecified time later in the year following a £1.6million revamp.’
    • ‘Flights have either been cancelled, rescheduled or simply delayed for unspecified periods.’
    • ‘We have been asked by the council to take on a pension liability which is unspecified and unquantified.’
    • ‘A proposal, details of which remain unspecified, for emergency measures also has been mooted.’
    • ‘They would be placed in a truck and driven into an unspecified Baltimore tunnel.’
    • ‘The law suit asks for unspecified damages on behalf of Keeney and her son.’
    • ‘Vague promises of unspecified future salvation just don't cut it in today's market.’
    • ‘I will never get another chance, and I hear it will even change my life, in some unspecified but profound mystical fashion.’
    • ‘At some unspecified point, consistent breach of a rule becomes the rule.’
    unnamed, unstated, unidentified, unquantified, undesignated, undefined, unfixed, undecided, undetermined, uncertain, uncounted
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