[ US /ənˈsəŋ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnsˈʌŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having value that is not acknowledged
  2. not famous or acclaimed
    an obscure family
    unsung heroes of the war
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How To Use unsung In A Sentence

  • This is mostly true for fans, friends, and family of unsung folk hero Tim Hardin, the prolific songster who wasted his life living wasted.
  • Few would begrudge her victory as she is one of Britain's unsung sporting heroines. Times, Sunday Times
  • It puts women's sport and female sporting heroes on the map and some of them are the unsung heroes who make it happen. Times, Sunday Times
  • The doctors are the unsung heroes. The Sun
  • It was an afternoon for the unsung to claim a share of the limelight on quarter-final weekend. Times, Sunday Times
  • He brings history to life by telling the stories of the obscure, unsung people who are being shaped and distorted by it. Times, Sunday Times
  • The vast majority of medical staff are hard-working, largely unsung heroes working under sometimes intolerable pressure. The Sun
  • It's a difficult job and many are unsung heroines and heroes. The Sun
  • unsung heroes of the war
  • Which players are prime candidates to become unsung heroes?
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