un·​re·​vised | \ ˌən-ri-ˈvīzd How to pronounce unrevised (audio) \

Definition of unrevised

: not amended, improved, or corrected : not revised an unrevised manuscript

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Consumer spending, which accounts for more than two-thirds of U.S. economic activity, rose 0.6 percent last month after an unrevised 0.3 percent gain in June, the government said. Washington Post, "U.S. consumer spending rose in July," 31 Aug. 2019 Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal expect this rate was unrevised. Sarah Chaney, WSJ, "Global Economy Week Ahead: Fed Policy Statement, GDP Estimate and Other Data," 23 Sep. 2018 That was below an initial 0.7% growth estimate and follows an unrevised 0.3% increase in the fourth quarter. Harriet Torry, WSJ, "U.S. Productivity Rose Less Than Expected in First Quarter," 6 June 2018 Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal had expected an unrevised 2.3% reading. Daniel Kruger, WSJ, "U.S. Government Bonds Decline as Investors Reassess Italy Concerns," 30 May 2018 Economic growth overall grew an unrevised 0.4 percent. Lucy Meakin, Bloomberg.com, "Strain on U.K. Consumers Persists; Current-Account Gap Narrows," 29 Mar. 2018 Initial claims for the week ended Aug. 5 were left unrevised at 244,000. Ben Leubsdorf, WSJ, "U.S. Jobless Claims Dropped to 232,000 Last Week," 17 Aug. 2017

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1706, in the meaning defined above

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