[ US /ənˈtʃɛkt/ ]
[ UK /ʌnt‍ʃˈɛkt/ ]
  1. not restrained or controlled
    unbridled rage
    an unchecked temper
    ungoverned rage
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How To Use unchecked In A Sentence

  • Application of the word "privatization," however, is almost always a misuse of the English language, albeit one that has become so common that it falls automatically off the tongue and flows unchecked past the ear. Ken Allen: Say 'Corporatization,' Not 'Privatization'
  • That obvious familiarity of product and my jovial manner helped me pass through the whole security network unchecked. Corporate Cloak and Dagger
  • From here, I unchecked the option to set the time automatically.
  • If the matter is left go unchecked other people will think they have a free hand to discard all their household rubbish wherever they want.
  • It would also protect against septicaemia in which bacteria multiply unchecked in the blood, possibly causing death without prompt treatment.
  • The use of credit continues/grows unchecked.
  • Must referees take a harder line or should the excitement continue unchecked? Times, Sunday Times
  • But this served only to stimulate the already keen energies of the Federal forces, who waded knee-deep through the clear Potomac, and trudged along over the 'sacred soil' with a willingness unchecked by the cold nor'wester that raged on that July morning. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, March, 1862
  • According to the campaigners, the scant resources mean crooks can continue unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • As our older generation knows from experience, unchecked aggression against a small nation is a prelude to international disaster.
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