uncredited

adjective
un·​cred·​it·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈkre-di-təd How to pronounce uncredited (audio) \

Definition of uncredited

: not credited especially : not given credit, recognition, or acknowledgement a negotiator whose contributions have gone uncredited : not named or acknowledged in the list of people contributing to a performance (as in a film) an uncredited actor an uncredited appearance

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Verdon worked with Fosse on the film's choreography, but her name remained uncredited. Lauren Hubbard, Town & Country, "The True Story of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon's Relationship," 17 Apr. 2019 This was one of many instances where Verdon worked in an uncredited capacity. Emma Dibdin, Harper's BAZAAR, "A Complete Timeline of the Real Relationship Between Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon," 9 Apr. 2019 This period may be most notable, though, for their then-uncredited (and then-married to John McVie) keyboardist Christine McVie fully entering the frame. Morgan Enos, Billboard, "Lindsey Buckingham Departure: Here's a Crash Course on Fleetwood Mac's Various Lineups," 10 Apr. 2018 The anti-vaccine movement, in which parents refuse to vaccinate their children based on uncredited medical research that claims the injections are toxic and/or can cause autism, has, in part, led to a return of preventable infectious diseases. Michelle Ruiz, Vogue, "Facebook Just Announced a Plan to Crack Down on Anti-Vaxxers," 7 Mar. 2019 The image served as the basis for a poster that sparked a social movement and inspired generations of women to come, yet for 70 years, Fraley went uncredited. Maria Carter, Country Living, "The Real-Life Rosie the Riveter, Naomi Parker Fraley, Has Died," 23 Jan. 2018 Directed by Gary Ross, who machined the script together with Olivia Milch (and the uncredited help of anyone who’s ever written a caper flick), the movie goes down relatively easy despite these nits. Gary Ross, New York Times, "Review: ‘Ocean’s 8’ Women Walk Away With a Male Franchise. Sort Of.," 5 June 2018 His art was displayed, largely uncredited, at theaters and in promotional campaigns across America from 1942 to 2011. Matt Campbell, kansascity, "In memoriam through May 25: Philip Roth, Robert Indiana, Joan Wile, Clint Walker | The Kansas City Star," 25 May 2018 Image The lighting, uncredited, is crepuscular, outlining the strange forms that slither, shiver and creep in from the wings. Alexis Soloski, New York Times, "Review: Mummenschanz Offers Wonder, and a Grumpy Trash Bag," 10 July 2018

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1586, in the meaning defined above

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uncredited

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of uncredited

: not named or listed as one of the people who created or performed in something (such as a movie)

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