Definition of unseen
1 : not seen or perceived
2 : sight 1 an unseen translation
Recent Examples of unseen from the Web
These lenses can be used to gauge distances across the universe and find unseen concentrations of mass.
Sight unseen, Paul Brown signed Coslet – only to cut him.
The DHS says the new measures will be both 'seen and unseen' and will be rolled out 'over the next weeks and months.'
Here are three Mancini and Nelson say are critical: Require an independent inspection to make sure the home is habitable and there are no unseen major problems. Require a third-party appraisal to identify fair market value of the home.
The going rate for a young, three-and-D player with perhaps more unseen talent will likely be $20-million-plus per season.
In essence, Texas customers have to buy the car sight unseen.
While August will mark three years since his passing, Brown's story is set to be portrayed in an upcoming Warner Bros. film as well as a documentary, which will reveal unseen footage from the case.
Whether Republicans can pass their bill remains anyone’s guess, and the as-yet-unseen legislation’s stock among GOP senators seems to rise and fall by the day.
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First Known Use of unseen
UNSEEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unseen for English Language Learners
: not seen or able to be seen
UNSEEN Defined for Kids
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