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(of a person or their work) not publicly acknowledged as being part of something, especially a publication or broadcast.
unnamed, unidentified, anonymous, incognito, unspecified, unacknowledged, uncreditedView synonyms
- ‘In addition, indicating how far removed film acting still is from theater, actors were uncredited and anonymous.’
- ‘Ultimately, despite the largely uncredited work of the skilled St. Louis cast and crew, the general familiarity with its underdog story type, coupled with the undefined ensemble cast, ultimately bring it down.’
- ‘There's a bit of a star quotient here in smaller, uncredited roles.’
- ‘They were also uncredited writers on several blockbusters.’
- ‘There was a whole bunch of uncredited celebrity cameos in that one.’
- ‘They are a great group of skilled and committed people who have made a real difference in a lot of unacknowledged and uncredited ways.’
- ‘They can usually manage to figure out the writer credits on material that originally appeared without any and to identify uncredited artists.’
- ‘I'm also pretty sure there were uncredited Hollywood actors involved, but the manual doesn't list them.’
- ‘Cinema-goers can also glimpse her playing an uncredited role in the film when it comes out next month.’
- ‘Major motion pictures often have many uncredited writers.’
- ‘This problem is particularly clear on a release like this one, where the musicians are uncredited and unnamed.’
- ‘The role is uncredited, and, like the rest of the film, blink and you may miss it.’
- ‘But it raises a big issue for uncredited writers.’
- ‘He tells us of the many crew members who went uncredited in the picture.’
- ‘I mean, I must have seen that film six times and I have seen no evidence of your small, uncredited role.’
- ‘That film's star makes an uncredited appearance here.’
- ‘Didn't the uncredited BBC writer think to reality-check that bit of fluffy science?’
- ‘He is fantastic in an uncredited cameo.’
- ‘It is nice to see the real authors get their due after years in uncredited limbo.’
- ‘The uncredited character in this film is Vegas itself, at times both a glittering wonderland, and a brutal wasteland.’
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