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uncelebrated

Line breaks: un|cele¦brated
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsɛlɪbreɪtɪd
 
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Definition of uncelebrated in English:

adjective

Not publicly acclaimed: an uncelebrated but indispensable role
More example sentences
  • It's all we have of their history, the ordinary people, otherwise unrecorded, mostly uncelebrated, anonymous place-holders in the passage of time.
  • Through the introduction of different levels of narration, Chen raises and leaves unresolved the question of whether the bodh isattva, though unacknowledged and uncelebrated by the group, is perceived by one of the participants.
  • This book is an engaging, humane and personal account of a fascinating, courageous, anonymous and uncelebrated group of Soviet patriots who just happened to be women.

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