Definition of unmissed in English:

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unmissed

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmɪst/

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adjective

1Not missed by other people: a family with an absent, unmissed father
More example sentences
  • Students in the reserved category didn't just drop off the radar unnoticed and unmissed.
  • While everyone was going crazy trying to put it out, he would be able to creep about uninterrupted and unmissed.
  • Police are investigating how the body lay undiscovered and unmissed in a meadow after he was killed in the unnoticed parachuting tragedy.
2 [with negative] Unnoticed: the marketing potential of the two sports stars didn’t go unmissed
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  • The implications of this should not go unmissed: any public contemplation of ditching one of the proudest achievements of modern feminism in the name of liberal tax reform would be explosive.
  • Their live vocals are combined with loops and echoes, which means the lack of a band or backing track goes completely unmissed.
  • He has qualities about him which suggest that this wasn't going to go unmissed by the authorities.

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