undeclared

adjective
un·​de·​clared | \ ˌən-di-ˈklerd How to pronounce undeclared (audio) \

Definition of undeclared

: not announced or openly acknowledged : not stated or decided in an official way : not declared an undeclared war an undeclared presidential candidate a student with an undeclared major

Examples of undeclared in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The overwhelming majority of Democrats are in favor of Medicare negotiations, but a few are undeclared. Ricardo Alonso-zaldivar, USA TODAY, "Democrats seek narrow path to rein in cost of medicines," 3 May 2021 The overwhelming majority of Democrats are in favor of Medicare negotiations, but a few are undeclared. Author: Ricardo Alonso-zaldiver, Anchorage Daily News, "Democrats seek narrow path to rein in cost of medicines," 3 May 2021 The overwhelming majority of Democrats are in favor of Medicare negotiations, but a few are undeclared. BostonGlobe.com, "Democrats must find narrow path to curb high medicine prices," 3 May 2021 The recall is due to undeclared milk in the rice cakes. Mike Wehner, BGR, "If you have these rice cakes at home, throw them out," 29 Apr. 2021 This comes after allegations that the lavish renovations were initially paid for using undeclared money from a Conservative Party donor. NBC News, "Boris Johnson's apartment renovation proves costly as opponents seize on sleaze scandal," 29 Apr. 2021 The state elections office says others who have registered for Senate include Dustin Darden with the Alaskan Independence Party, Huhnkie Lee, who is undeclared, and Republicans Samuel Little and Karl Speights. Mark Thiessen, Star Tribune, "Alaska candidate shadowed by anti-gay article, election post," 27 Apr. 2021 There are more New Hampshire voters with undeclared party preferences than registered partisans. Gabriel T. Rubin, WSJ, "Hassan Stresses Independence as She Faces 2022 Election Threat," 23 Apr. 2021 Those fans are seeing Game 1 of the season-long struggle, not partaking in some undeclared holiday enjoyed by people who couldn’t pick Eugenio Suarez out of a lineup. Paul Daugherty, The Enquirer, "Paul Daugherty: Opening Day works best as a concept. Nothing wrong with that.," 1 Apr. 2021

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First Known Use of undeclared

1526, in the meaning defined above

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“Undeclared.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/undeclared. Accessed 14 May. 2021.

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undeclared

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of undeclared

: not stated or decided in an official way : not declared

undeclared

adjective
un·​de·​clared | \ ˌən-di-ˈklerd \

Kids Definition of undeclared

: not made known : not declared an undeclared war

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