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unspecified Line breaks: un|speci|fied
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈspɛsɪfʌɪd/

Definition of unspecified in English:

adjective

Not stated clearly or exactly: an unspecified number of people
More example sentences
  • We have been asked by the council to take on a pension liability which is unspecified and unquantified.
  • Vague promises of unspecified future salvation just don't cut it in today's market.
  • At first, the speaker is out of view, looking on from an unknown, unspecified locale.
Synonyms
indefinite, indeterminate, vague, obscure, arbitrary, such-and-such a …, some, any
informal this, nth, x number of …

Words that rhyme with unspecified

sissified • unsanctified

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