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unvalidated Line breaks: un|val¦id¦ated

Definition of unvalidated in English:

adjective

Not validated or proven to be accurate or true: raw and unvalidated data an unvalidated user
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  • Wikipedia has made it more difficult for such detective work to be performed in the future, as the site now requires a 30 second log-in procedure to create an unvalidated user id, behind which libellers can shield their identity.
  • Yet, he believes that even these preliminary, provisional, incomplete, unvalidated results, if taken in conjunction with the O'Leary / Wakefield researches, indicate the need for urgent action.
  • The party would be accused of spinning if it released unvalidated data for March.

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