undisclosed

[ UK /ʌndɪsklˈə‍ʊzd/ ]
[ US /ˌəndɪˈskɫoʊzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not made known
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How To Use undisclosed In A Sentence

  • The agent of an undisclosed principal may also sue and be sued on the contract.
  • He then left for a flat at an undisclosed location. Times, Sunday Times
  • The extent of the deal is undisclosed, but there was an asking price of £300,000 for the freehold.
  • KING: A year ago, as we saw some of it in that piece, the vice president was the one who directed the government's response from a minute-by-minute basis back at the White House -- today, the vice president back in what we became so familiar with in the days after last September 11, what we call a secure and undisclosed location. CNN Transcript Sep 11, 2002
  • The vessel set sail late Tuesday for an undisclosed destination, the news agency said.
  • Now it has been rescued following a management buyout for an undisclosed amount of money.
  • Was it a smoke screen for some secret hitherto undisclosed strategy?
  • In a separate briefing, Belarus 'Deputy Central Bank Chairman Vassily Matyushevsky said the central bank was planning a gradual devaluation of the Belarus rouble, which is managed against an undisclosed basket. The BEING HAD Times
  • An undisclosed buyer will provide a much - needed cash injection for the fragile balance sheet.
  • The pair met at about 9am at an undisclosed location for about an hour. Times, Sunday Times
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