undated

adjective
un·​dat·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈdā-təd How to pronounce undated (audio) \

Definition of undated

: not dated: such as
a : bearing no date an undated letter undated photographs
b : having no specified date of termination : having no limit or no end undated securities

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This is an undated photo of the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels precision flying team. Madeleine Joung, Time, "President Trump Has Planned a Controversial Fourth of July 'Salute to America.' Here's What to Know," 2 July 2019 This undated photo provided by the Orange County, N.C., Sheriff's Office shows Jataveon Dashawn Hall. Jordan Culver, USA TODAY, "He broke into a North Carolina home and was hit in the head with a machete. That was just the beginning," 16 June 2019 Investigators also described in undated incidents how open food items with no dates or labels and expired food and drinks were found in Springhurst Health and Rehab. Billy Kobin, The Courier-Journal, "Louisville nursing homes named in federal report for ‘persistent record of poor care’," 4 June 2019 An undated online listing from Dock Street Brokers shows the unmistakable 113-foot boat currently available for a whopping $2,888,888. Blair Donovan, Country Living, "This Is Why 'Deadliest Catch' Won't Feature the Time Bandit Anymore," 28 Apr. 2019 Detainees stage a protest at the Manus Island detention center in Papua New Guinea in an undated image released Nov. 13, 2017. Rob Taylor, WSJ, "Australia’s Strict Stance on Asylum Seekers Starts to Crack," 13 Feb. 2019 This undated image posted to Richard Russell's YouTube channel shows Russell, an airline ground agent. Frank Miles, Fox News, "Seattle plane thief's apparent knowledge of loops, other dangerous maneuvers is a mystery: investigators," 12 Aug. 2018 Hani Khoja in an undated photo obtained from his LinkedIn profile. Justin Scheck, WSJ, "Saudis Release Consultant, Billionaire Imprisoned in Crackdown," 23 Jan. 2019 An undated file photo shows Korean workers forcibly taken to Japan during its rule over Korea. Alastair Gale, WSJ, "Forced-Labor Dispute Strains Japan-South Korea Relations," 12 Jan. 2019

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First Known Use of undated

1570, in the meaning defined above

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undated

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of undated

: not having a date written or printed on it

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