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adjective as in uncounted

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adjective as in unlisted

adjective as in unwritten

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Large brands, in particular, fail to capitalize on server log analysis and irretrievably lose unrecorded server log data.

It is important to note that unrecorded server logs can not be acquired at a later stage.

In other words, I leave the vast majority of that data unrecorded, unanalyzed and untapped.

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It’s hard to say how many for certain, given that most of them go unrecorded.

But in view of how flawed the record has proved to be, how do we know that a call was not made but went unheard or unrecorded?

Her service is not official and it will remain unrecorded, but it is service nonetheless.

In other words, they lived lives without a paper trail, lives almost totally unrecorded.

It is not right that his memory should remain unrecorded—his life assuredly was an interesting one.

Twenty-eight native workmen were eaten by them, and doubtless many more were unrecorded victims of their activity.

The wonders of the Yosemite and Calaveras were as yet unrecorded.

When this took place, there came an unrecorded revival in Israel and the prophet gave his message in the midst of them.

The immense majority of these deeds went unrecorded, and were known to few beyond the immediate participants.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unrecorded, such as: unidentified, unmarked, and unnumbered.

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