unrepresented

adjective
un·rep·re·sent·ed | \ ˌən-ˌre-pri-ˈzen-təd \

Definition of unrepresented 

: not represented … portraying scenes from the New Testament up till then unrepresented in Western book art. —Rosamond McKitterick Nine of the 13 states had appointed delegates, but only a few had shown up. Even the host state, Maryland, was unrepresented. —Edwards Park

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This District is unrepresented on the board, as four of the five sitting trustees live in Rancho Peñasquitos. Emily Sorensen, Pomerado News, "Second challenger announces intent to run for PUSD board," 5 July 2018 And even though one player from each team must be selected for all-star rosters, teams sometimes go unrepresented in the game because of injuries, players pulling out or becoming unavailable. Eduardo A. Encina, baltimoresun.com, "Thinking ahead: What happens if Machado is named all-star but is dealt before All-Star Game?," 8 July 2018 Fans of the genre emphasize that disability, largely unrepresented in other forms of fiction, is part of these characters’ stories. Pasquale Toscano, BostonGlobe.com, "Where are all the superheroes with disabilities?," 1 June 2018 The most common criminal offense unrepresented defendants pleaded to was possession of marijuana, according to the report. Heather Nolan, NOLA.com, "Defendants often plead guilty without attorneys present: Court Watch," 22 May 2018 Fewer things are more alienating than scrolling through social media for beauty inspo, only to feel unrepresented by imagery that isn't inclusive of a variety of races and ethnicities. Marissa Miller, Teen Vogue, "Pinterest Launches New Beauty Search Function for Different Skin Tones," 26 Apr. 2018 Central Florida won’t be unrepresented at this year’s James Beard Foundation Awards Gala. Lauren Delgado, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Local chef cooking at James Beard Foundation Awards Gala," 24 Apr. 2018 The association reports that more than 50 percent of litigants in civil court cases are unrepresented. Indystar, Indianapolis Star, "Free, face-to-face legal consultations available Tuesday at 11 sites across Indianapolis," 8 Apr. 2018 Pay Band Reporting Women are unrepresented in many high growth industries, and make up less than 30 percent of top pay grades across 8 sectors. Lucy Meakin, Bloomberg.com, "What We Know About the U.K. Gender Pay Gap," 12 Mar. 2018

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