Definition of untested in English:

untested

Syllabification: un·test·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈtestəd
 
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adjective

(Of an idea, product, or person) not subjected to examination, experiment, or experience; unproven: analyses based on dubious and untested assumptions
More example sentences
  • Now, we are trying to experiment with untested ideas on a people who have come to neither trust or like us.
  • With a couple of exceptions it's an untried and untested team that takes the court against Chester at the Northgate Arena.
  • But they are also unpredictable in the sense that they are completely untested at international level.

Derivatives

untestable

Pronunciation: /-ˈtestəbəl/
adjective
More example sentences
  • For what the pro-smacking lobby is really advocating, as the law stands now, is a virtually untestable threshold of ‘reasonable’ force when disciplining children.
  • As a clear example of an untestable, unscientific, hypothesis that is perfectly consistent with empirical observations, consider solipsism.
  • Evolutionary biology, he demonstrates, is a special case since many of its theories are untestable: hence the theorists are allowed ample freedom of imagination.

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