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uncounted

Line breaks: un|count¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkaʊntɪd
 
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Definition of uncounted in English:

adjective

1Not counted: the numbers could have included previously uncounted children
More example sentences
  • Holding those bags up only proves our point, Dick, that we need these uncounted ballots to be counted before this is final.
  • They were able to distribute more than 2,500 English-language brochures to international tourists and an uncounted number of brochures in Finnish and German.
  • A country lies in ruins and an uncounted number of dead has resulted from this lie.
1.1Very numerous: uncounted millions of dollars
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  • By then he'd raked in uncounted millions of dollars, much of which he shared with partners in the Mob.
  • Even now, an unemployment rate that has risen by 1-1/2 points in four years masks a significant loss of job opportunities for millions of uncounted workers who have left the labor force.
  • Many students were stranded and uncounted months of their time was wasted.

Words that rhyme with uncounted

unaccounted, unmounted

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