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unstaffed

Line breaks: un|staffed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈstɑːft
 
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Definition of unstaffed in English:

adjective

Not provided with staff.
Example sentences
  • As a number of facilities are unstaffed self-service units, it's not clear who would stamp the card.
  • Consequently, many unscrupulous people take advantage of unstaffed stations and inadequate ticket inspection to avoid paying fares.
  • Screeners nearby said the lane was unstaffed for five to 10 minutes, and more passengers may have gotten through.

Words that rhyme with unstaffed

abaft, aft, craft, daft, draft, draught, engraft, graft, haft, kraft, raft, shaft, understaffed, waft

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