unreviewed

adjective

un·​re·​viewed ˌən-ri-ˈvyüd How to pronounce unreviewed (audio)
: not carefully examined or inspected : not reviewed
unreviewed documents

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web In a new, unreviewed paper, researchers suggest the conditions that could have created stable wormholes. Caroline Delbert, Popular Mechanics, 23 June 2020 The same preliminary, unreviewed study that found cats susceptible in the laboratory also found that the virus reproduces poorly in dogs, pigs, chickens and ducks. James Gorman, New York Times, 6 Apr. 2020 Preprint servers are online platforms dedicated to distributing these unreviewed scientific papers. Theodora Bloom, STAT, 31 Jan. 2020 The play went unreviewed, though, and Liverpool failed to do anything from the ensuing corner kick. Avi Creditor, SI.com, 14 Aug. 2019 But Yale cardiologist Harlan Krumholz, who first announced plans for medRxiv nearly 2 years ago, argues that clinical researchers already share their unreviewed findings at scientific meetings. Jocelyn Kaiser, Science | AAAS, 5 June 2019 So far, such tests haven’t been accepted by judges, but other companies have started offering fMRI proof of physical pain in civil cases using unreviewed methods. Matthew Hutson, WSJ, 27 Nov. 2018 Although physicists have been posting preprints for nearly 3 decades, many biologists have only just begun to widely share their unreviewed papers. Jocelyn Kaiser, Science | AAAS, 29 Sep. 2017 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

1645, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of unreviewed was in 1645

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Cite this Entry

“Unreviewed.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unreviewed. Accessed 4 Dec. 2022.

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