unlabelled

[ UK /ʌnlˈe‍ɪbə‍ld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking a label or tag
    unlabeled luggage is liable to be lost
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How To Use unlabelled In A Sentence

  • The labelled Watson and unlabelled complementary strand were mixed in a concentration ratio of 1:2, respectively.
  • Robin returned home to fill more bottles, which he loaded in the car unlabelled in order to get back quicker.
  • Unlabelled as such, it had found its way back into the anaesthetics cupboard. Times, Sunday Times
  • Pippa and friends, it seemed, spent their day drinking distilled meths from unlabelled bottles. …the death of Todd Landers « Sven’s guide to…
  • This plant has white flowers but unfortunately I don't know the names of any of these clematis as they were part of a mail order collection that arrived unlabelled.
  • The idea of something as modern and unremarkable as an unlabelled videotape containing a terrible curse is enough to make you take up reading.
  • In one case a pensioner paid nearly £300 for a quantity of fish which was unmarked, unlabelled, and unweighed - and only got his money back because of immediate action by police.
  • Both of these issues raise serious human and animal health concerns about the use of GMOs in food, and also major ethical concerns about the fact that foods from GM-fed animals remain unlabelled.
  • There's another cross on the shore, here, but it's unlabelled. THE LAST RAVEN
  • It's an unloved and unlabelled door, tucked anonymously between the newsagents at number 31 and the boarded up shop at number 33.
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