Definition of unaccounted
: not accounted : unexplained —often used with for
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Worker productivity and biodiversity changes were also unaccounted for.
That leaves Bowden and three-star Florida prep defensive back Michael Nesbitt as the remaining unaccounted for signees.
As of this writing, the death toll has reached 79, with others still unaccounted for.
After a few months of the contractors successfully running the operation, the agency received an anonymous tip that something was awry with the machines — too many bags of Cool Ranch Doritos unaccounted for, maybe?
According to an official quoted in the Jakarta Post, one of the main reasons behind taking count is to limit control of private companies—like resorts—from taking over unaccounted for land.
As The Root previously reported, 82 of the Chibok girls kidnapped by Boko Haram were released last month, but 113 girls remain unaccounted for.
There were unconfirmed reports of injuries and people unaccounted for.
Sheriff Dennis Richards says 16 employees were working at the time, and two remained unaccounted for on Thursday morning.
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