un·​rep·​re·​sent·​ed | \ ˌən-ˌre-pri-ˈzen-təd How to pronounce unrepresented (audio) \

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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Recent Examples on the Web Minority scientists, who are too often unrepresented in scientific departments, are immersed in unwelcoming environments and historically not given credit for their research contributions. Gilda Barabino, Scientific American, 16 Aug. 2021 The board also approved a retroactive total compensation increase for unrepresented employee groups. Laura Groch, San Diego Union-Tribune, 27 June 2021 Native Americans, for example, are basically unrepresented in clinical trials. Usha Lee Mcfarling, STAT, 7 June 2021 While other hard seltzer brands try to make noise in a cluttered market with new flavors or attention-grabbing campaigns, Priyanka points out that the campaign is driven to promote a largely unrepresented and misrepresented category of drinkers. Kate Dingwall, Forbes, 25 May 2021 One result: Some Broward and Palm Beach County voters may go unrepresented for most or all of the 2022 annual state legislative session in Tallahassee. Anthony Man, sun-sentinel.com, 12 May 2021 Inflation is often the result of a fragmented society that feels unrepresented by weak political leadership. Christian Broda And Stanley Druckenmiller, WSJ, 10 May 2021 Everyone enjoys a hobby, but his sculpture is unrepresented in any significant museum collections. Christopher Knight Art Critic, Los Angeles Times, 20 Mar. 2021 But unlike residents of the 50 states, Washingtonians are unrepresented in Congress. The Economist, 19 Mar. 2021

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First Known Use of unrepresented

1643, in the meaning defined above

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“Unrepresented.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unrepresented. Accessed 25 Sep. 2021.

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