un·du·pli·cat·ed|\ ˌən-ˈdü-pli-ˌkā-təd also -ˈdyü-\
Definition of unduplicated
: not duplicatedan often-imitated but unduplicated design… these collections in major part are unduplicated anywhere else and totally irreplaceable.— S. Dillion Ripley
Examples of unduplicated in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebGreat billowy clouds of gas and fire provided an unduplicated phenomena.
Merrie Monteagudo, San Diego Union-Tribune, 2 July 2021 This year, across a schedule that kicked off before Halloween, the two Hallmark networks will combine to gift fans with 40 new original yuletide movies — matching last year’s output, which cumulatively drew 70 million unduplicated viewers.
Tribune News Service, cleveland, 27 Nov. 2020 With every institutional sector experiencing enrollment declines this fall, the higher education industry has now shed more than 2 million students since its peak in 2011 and the unduplicated count has fallen below 18 million for the first time.
David Jesse, Detroit Free Press, 27 Dec. 2019 Consider the numbers: The Western Region receives $20,147 for 2,055 unduplicated clients.
Denise Coffey, courant.com, 24 June 2019 The new additions give Concert the ability to sell digital ads across 122 million unduplicated unique site visitors on 40 websites, according to Vox Media.
Benjamin Mullin, WSJ, 31 May 2018 Meredith’s National Media Group reaches 175 million unduplicated American consumers every month, including 80 percent of U.S. Millennial women.
Time Staff, Time, 25 Mar. 2018 Last year, this van transported 100 unduplicated residents to 2,388 destinations (one-way trips) logging 7,800 miles.
John Benson, cleveland.com, 9 Feb. 2018
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