unrelated

[ US /ˌənɹiˈɫeɪtɪd, ˌənɹɪˈɫeɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪlˈe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not connected by kinship
  2. lacking a logical or causal relation
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How To Use unrelated In A Sentence

  • Army Medical Research and Material Command (USAMRMC) at Ft. Detrick, which also manages activities unrelated to bio-warfare, such as supplying medical materials for use by the Army. Inside America's Biological Warfare Center
  • We have known a male mierkat so assiduous in feeding young that were quite unrelated to himself, taking to them every morsel of food given him, that we have been compelled to shut him up in a room alone when feeding him, to prevent his starving himself to death: the male mierkat thus exhibiting exactly those psychic qualities which are generally regarded as peculiarly feminine; the females, on the other hand, being far more pugnacious towards each other than are the males. Woman and Labour
  • All the foils were unrelated in meaning, sound, and orthography to the study sets.
  • A conceptual framework for selective coding was developed that linked unrelated codes to the core category of providing.
  • Mobilising her natal familija, most of her son's agnatic kinfolk, and many other unrelated families in the village through persistent negotiations, she mounted a vigorous campaign for her son's election.
  • A similar exercise is being undertaken in Skipton, although the two projects are unrelated.
  • Whether or not there is an increase in that region remains to be seen, but Rideout said caplin stocks offshore and in the Gulf are, essentially, unrelated in terms of granting quotas. Archive 2006-02-01
  • Wealth is still to be parceled out by the state in ways unrelated to production - according to social justice.
  • When one impinges on the other there is an uneasy feeling - the kind which happens when unrelated TV shows crossover during the sweeps week on American television.
  • Ms. Seidman said that the least satisfied career changers she works with tend to be those who fell into general majors, such as philosophy or African-American studies, and ended up in unrelated fields. Psych Majors Aren't Happy With Options
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