[ UK /ˌʌnɛksplˈe‍ɪnd/ ]
[ US /ˌənɪksˈpɫeɪnd/ ]
  1. having the reason or cause not made clear
    an unexplained error
  2. not explained
    accomplished by some unexplained process
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How To Use unexplained In A Sentence

  • You may find yourself analyzing a long sentence with half a dozen unexplained ablatives left over at the end.
  • The presentation may be of an unexplained mass or cranial nerve palsies, meningeal symptoms, or even respiratory problems caused by brainstem infiltration.
  • Your death was determined to be “sudden unexplained death in epilepsy,” a term so cruelly nonsensical it might as well have been “fickle finger of fate.” Knowing Jesse
  • Miracles are nothing but unexplained phenomena.
  • The paymaster-general's account reflected an unexplained difference of R117 million between the cashbook balance and the bank reconciliation balance of March 31, 1996. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The term SIDS is defined as the sudden death of an infant younger than one year of age that remains unexplained despite thorough medical investigation. Solve Your Child’s Sleep Problems
  • Because of the colonel's sudden and unexplained departure from the regiment, fact was augmented by fiction.
  • In fact, unexplained fires started to pop up in bushland all round the town.
  • For reasons unexplained, the arrows were removed (again) for the 1875 mintage, and half dollars continued in that style through the end of the series in 1891. Liberty Seated Half Dollar, Motto, With Drapery, Arrows, 1873-1874 : Coin Guide
  • See your doctor if you experience blood flecks in your stools, a change in your regular bowel habits, abdominal pain or discomfort lasting two weeks or more, or unexplained weight loss.
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