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unmeasured

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmɛʒəd
 
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Definition of unmeasured in English:

adjective

1Not having been measured: unmeasured risk factors
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  • One explanation for these differences is confounding by poorly measured or unmeasured risk factors that varied between communities.
  • Failure to account for an unmeasured risk factor could have artificially inflated or deflated the relative risks for the landfill versus reference areas.
  • Overall discrimination was small - combined with language skills and the myriad of other unmeasured factors it was less than 5% of the average wage.
2chiefly literary Immense; limitless: he is regarded by his congregation with unmeasured adoration
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  • We will find our identity in Him and reflect His glory as we were created to do, and that will bring us unmeasured joy.
  • Empire should stay where it is and continue to operate and give what it has given over 70yrs unmeasured joy and fun for million who congregate at this renowned/legendary venue.
  • A sort of affinity and identification contributed to the unmeasured success of the play.

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