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unmissed Line breaks: un|missed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmɪst/

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Definition of unmissed in English:

adjective

1Not missed by other people: a family with an absent, unmissed father
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  • I'd like to know what's wrong with the parents that their 9 year-old can go unmissed for so long.
  • It's unlikely she went unmissed by her ex though, particularly due to her backless and very sexy red dress.
  • Students in the reserved category didn't just drop off the radar unnoticed and unmissed.
2 [with negative] Unnoticed: the marketing potential of the two sports stars didn’t go unmissed
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  • Any slacking would not go unpunished or unmissed.
  • And straight talk is just what these characters like to avoid, though they are also forever explaining themselves, in order that no point go unmissed.
  • Their live vocals are combined with loops and echoes, which means the lack of a band or backing track goes completely unmissed.

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