unrevised

[ US /ənɹiˈvaɪzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not improved or brought up to date
    the book is still unrevised
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How To Use unrevised In A Sentence

  • Service sector output growth was unrevised at 0.6 per cent. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘With his economic forecasts largely unrevised, his fiscal arithmetic continues to be based on unrealistic assumptions,’ he said.
  • The text of Arabella, though fully drafted, was unrevised.
  • The quarterly growth rate was unrevised at 0.7 per cent. Times, Sunday Times
  • The revision flew in the face of consensus forecasts which had been looking for October consumer prices to rise by 0.3% from the previous month and for the annual inflation rate to remain unrevised at 2.1%.
  • Several items are written, and these may be omitted, refined, or used unrevised in the final version of the tool.
  • The evidence appeared in what amounted to a typo that slipped through unrevised.
  • Quarterly growth was unrevised at a still robust 0.6 per cent. Times, Sunday Times
  • Growth last year of 1.7 per cent was unrevised. Times, Sunday Times
  • the book is still unrevised
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