un·​in·​spect·​ed | \ ˌən-in-ˈspek-təd How to pronounce uninspected (audio) \

Definition of uninspected

: not examined officially or with care : not inspected left no corner uninspected

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For uninspected passenger vessel examinations by the Coast Guard, visit wow.uscgaux.info or download the free Coast Guard safe boating app. Micah Walker, Detroit Free Press, "Coast Guard cracking down on unlicensed boat charters," 19 July 2019 Most of the interior of Antarctica seems like this to me, not just uninspected or unnamed but unknown. Barry Lopez, Harper's magazine, "Polar Light," 10 Jan. 2019 Hemmons wrote that East Cleveland is home to scads of uninspected rentals, including at least 156 vacant apartment buildings. Marcia Pledger, cleveland.com, "Heinen's in downtown Cleveland is open after sprinkler head burst," 8 Jan. 2018 An investigation revealed that the Midnight Express bus was unauthorized, uninspected and under-insured when 26-year-old Jamie Frecks died. Donna Mcguire And Judy L. Thomas, kansascity, "Party buses promise a good time, but some can be dangerous — even deadly," 27 July 2017 In addition to the cluttered display, many more items remain uninspected in boxes. Corey Kilgannon, New York Times, "In Queens, a Man Culls Relics From the Junk," 13 Jan. 2017

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First Known Use of uninspected

circa 1775, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of uninspected was circa 1775

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