Definition of unconfirmed in English:

unconfirmed

Syllabification: un·con·firmed
Pronunciation: /ˌənkənˈfərmd
 
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adjective

Not confirmed as to truth or validity: an unconfirmed report of shots being fired
More example sentences
  • There were unconfirmed reports that police believe the suspect was one of the attackers involved in yesterday's incidents.
  • Now Britain is dealing with unconfirmed reports something similar was in the works for its capital.
  • An unconfirmed report said the Cosmos salon was British-owned.

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