uncorrected

[ UK /ʌnkəɹˈɛktɪd/ ]
[ US /ˌənkɝˈɛktɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not subjected to correction or discipline
    let her children grow up uncorrected
  2. left faulty or wrong
    uncorrected astigmatism
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How To Use uncorrected In A Sentence

  • The Editor has been holding a steward's inquiry and it seems that one sports executive, in a hurry to get home, put in an earlier, uncorrected version of the story and didn't hang around to check it.
  • But I pressed on undeterred and two days before our interview was arranged, an uncorrected proof of his book arrived in the post and within a couple of hours I was salivating.
  • Here their Lordships are satisfied that a generous interpretation of ‘a question of law’ is needed so as to ensure that no injustice will remain uncorrected.
  • Thursday had already thrown up another couple of mistakes that went uncorrected. Times, Sunday Times
  • Both claims were false, and lay uncorrected for months.
  • Unfortunately, when Isabella got her paper back, the errant apostrophe had been allowed to go uncorrected.
  • If you had good, uncorrected vision before becoming presbyopic, you may be able to use nonprescription, over-the-counter reading glasses.
  • Participants with less than 20/20 vision uncorrected wore their corrective lenses/glasses during the experiment.
  • More recently, and particularly in our own Coinage, Heraldry and Art have declined together, so that feeble designs, but too commonly executed with lamentable consistency, are associated with heraldic inaccuracies which continue uncorrected to this day -- witness the _tressure of The Handbook to English Heraldry
  • The three cases were resolved several years ago, but deficiencies in the university's policies governing faculty appointments remained uncorrected.
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