unreported

adjective
un·​re·​port·​ed | \ˌən-ri-ˈpȯr-təd \

Definition of unreported 

: kept private or hidden : not reported unreported income an incident that went largely unreported

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At least 40 unreported shipments from North Korea to Syria between 2012 and 2017 included prohibited ballistic missile parts and supplies, according the report. Casey Quackenbush, Time, "North Korea Has Been Sending Chemical Weapons Supplies to Syria, U.N. Report Finds," 1 Mar. 2018 Weeks before the murder, Rajman was the apparent victim of an unreported theft of three pounds of marijuana and $3,000 from the home. Marc Freeman, Sun-Sentinel.com, "Records reveal MMA fighter Aaron Rajman was killed in drug robbery gone bad," 29 June 2018 Among the previously unreported transactions were payments last year of about $500,000 from Columbus Nova, an investment firm in New York whose biggest client is a company controlled by Viktor Vekselberg, the Russian oligarch. New York Times, "Firm Tied to Russian Oligarch Made Payments to Michael Cohen," 8 May 2018 Yet according to previously unreported details from the 2017 Office of Inspector General investigation obtained by the Tampa Bay Times, issues with the permitting extended beyond Wilde. Steve Contorno, miamiherald, "New information shows deeper problems with bungled concealed-weapon background checks," 6 July 2018 Yet since the Michigan Strategic Fund gave its preliminary approval June 26 for a $26.5-million tax-exempt bond issue for the cemeteries' would-be buyer, unreported details have emerged that throw the legitimacy of the deal into question. J.c. Reindl, Detroit Free Press, "Michigan fund backs questionable bid for scandal-plagued cemeteries," 4 July 2018 But these previously unreported details shed new light on how Trump’s closest associates conducted business in the high-stakes New York City real estate market and how Cohen benefited personally from his relationship to Trump and his businesses. USA TODAY, "Cozy land deals meant big money for Trump family and friends," 7 June 2018 That could mean that there are more unreported cases, but food safety experts think the outbreak may soon come to an end. Alessandra Potenza, The Verge, "Romaine lettuce from Arizona has an E. coli problem, but the good news is the harvest there is over," 2 May 2018 The number of unreported accidents (mine included) is likely much higher. Hayden Carpenter, Outside Online, "Testing Wild Country's Revo Belay Device," 2 July 2018

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1576, in the meaning defined above

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