unestablished

ADJECTIVE
  1. not established
    a reputation as yet unestablished
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How To Use unestablished In A Sentence

  • They want you to equate in your mind that information you find on the internet from an unestablished source is basically no better than garbage.
  • a reputation as yet unestablished
  • The conventional wisdom is that the Yanks upgraded from an unestablished pitcher to a more experienced and heralded one - an ace in the making.
  • I actually just got a request from a small photo startup to add Migratr support, because a lot of people had shown interest in the forums, but weren't ready to trust all their data to an unknown, unestablished startup. Thumbs up to Migratr (and free and open goodness)
  • We, the food blogging community, fall squarely into the unestablished food writing media.
  • I agree completely with you that Obama's won something; what is totally unestablished -- and, really, can only be established by empirical experience over the next 1-10 years -- is what he's won. Defining Moment
  • The biomechanical effects of this are unestablished.
  • Balard competed for this position against the brilliant but unestablished Auguste Laurent, whose leftist politics and combative personality had made him persona non grata in Paris.
  • For best results, water a young, unestablished tree directly over the root ball.
  • She would assume I fired your father rather than think I was jilted by an unestablished artist. Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear
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