unmarked

[ US /ənˈmɑɹkt/ ]
[ UK /ʌnmˈɑːkt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not having an identifying mark
    unmarked cards
    an unmarked police car
  2. not taken into account
    his retirement was not allowed to go unmarked
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How To Use unmarked In A Sentence

  • The forwards also seemed intent on glory as several rolling mauls were stopped dead in their tracks when the wingers were standing idle and unmarked on the flanks.
  • It was a plain white envelope, unsealed and unmarked in any way.
  • It was followed by an unmarked police car with a ‘film crew’ on board.
  • Owing to printer's difficulties the cerebral consonants, the visarga, the sonant r and the anusvara have remained unmarked.
  • If Chaucer's death went unmarked in the public world, his loss was deeply felt by the poets who followed after him.
  • The door was unmarked and completely blank except for a single word written in a dark red script: Wayward.
  • In a caravan of unmarked coaches they went to La Fillon’s hôtel particulier, which was done up in the modern taste—rococo, mirrors, pastel colors, much white and gold, with rounded commodes by Charles Cressent, encrusted with gilt bronze. THE DIAMOND
  • My chestnut hair was sleek and dark and my face was as white as unmarked paper.
  • Not talking about things is a privilege granted to those in unmarked categories. Silence is complicity. « A Bird’s Nest
  • I have tried my best during my years of public service to keep that name untarnished and respected, unmarked by sorry compromises for expediency. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
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