uncounted

adjective
un·​count·​ed | \ˌən-ˈkau̇n-təd \

Definition of uncounted 

1 : not counted

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Examples of uncounted in a Sentence

They spent uncounted hours on the project. gazed in wonder at the uncounted stars of the sky

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Phillips has not conceded, citing the large number of uncounted ballots. Abbie Vansickle, latimes.com, "Big spending by George Soros and liberal groups fails to sway D.A. races in California," 7 June 2018 The urgency remains as apparent to her as the day her son died, an uncounted casualty of war. Martin Kuz, The Christian Science Monitor, "A plan to help veterans from 'the first minute' they leave the service," 27 June 2018 The next results from 80,000 uncounted ballots are expected Friday night. CBS News, "Soros-backed challengers largely fail to unseat California prosecutors," 8 June 2018 That has resulted in widescale destruction of property, and uncounted killings, rapes, and other atrocities. Peter Keough, BostonGlobe.com, "What happens when nationalism goes awry," 7 June 2018 The county also received 9,600 ballots by mail on Wednesday that is part of the 220,000 uncounted, Jarboe said, and could still receive more this week. Diana Lambert And Darrell Smith, sacbee, "Sacramento County has 200,000-plus votes to count, giving some candidates sliver of hope," 6 June 2018 Just who will take over the city’s top job won’t be known for several more days, as city elections officials need to process around 90,000 uncounted ballots. Dominic Fracassa, SFChronicle.com, "SF mayor’s race: So far, ranked-choice votes put Leno in lead over Breed," 6 June 2018 The uncounted Puerto Rico’s government faced immediate scrutiny after initially reporting that 16 people had died as a result of the storm, which strafed much of the island on Sept. 20. Washington Post, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Harvard study estimates thousands died in Puerto Rico due to Hurricane Maria," 29 May 2018 Networks are trying to get credit for things such as co-viewing and out-of-home viewing of their shows to aggregate the uncounted audiences. Claire Atkinson, NBC News, "Week in review: the TV upfront season in focus," 18 May 2018

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First Known Use of uncounted

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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uncounted

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of uncounted

: not counted

: too many to be counted

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