unnamed

[ US /ənˈneɪmd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnnˈe‍ɪmd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. being or having an unknown or unnamed source
    an unnamed donor
    a poem by an unknown author
    corporations responsible to nameless owners
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How To Use unnamed In A Sentence

  • The family moves out of their unnamed city to an unnamed suburban area to start again.
  • The Grand Forks City Council approved a transfer of the cable franchise recently to the partnership, which remains unnamed.
  • The Indian media, quoting unnamed security sources, have reported concerns that the Karmapa could be a Chinese stooge sent to India from Tibet to set up pro-Chinese monasteries. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • By conflating the stories in this way the fresco underscores the identity of the unnamed sinner with Mary Magdalen.
  • In this version, for the first time, the mysterious unnamed "wingman" is being mentioned who supposedly was an eye witness to the incident Armstrong, Frank A. III
  • The Sana news agency quoted an unnamed official as expressing "regret" that Arab states had "completely ignored facts on the killing and sabotage committed by armed terrorist groups".
  • Something I'd not reckoned on is the rather fine view of the old ranch house, snuggled down on the ridge of its unremarkable and unnamed hill and looking really rather attractive.
  • He sets all of this action in a kind of unnamed anywhere, a mildly bizarro world of wacky mini-mart customers, humdrum garden apartments and seething ennui.
  • An unnamed young man died from a single shot to the chest when a gang knocked on the front door and burst in. The Sun
  • The unnamed officer wanted directions after getting lost en route to a suspect in Bristol. The Sun
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