un·tagged | \ ˌən-ˈtagd \

Definition of untagged 

: not provided with or as if with a tag : not tagged untagged merchandise

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Officers determined the bird was shot from a vehicle, and later found the shooter and the driver processing the untagged turkey at their residence, Massachusetts Environmental Police said in a statement. BostonGlobe.com, "blotter," 9 May 2018 Warning citations were issued for hunting without landowner's consent and untagged deer. Community Report, Houston Chronicle, "Game warden field notes," 1 Mar. 2018 In addition, the untagged crab traps did not have the third escape rings required for commercial fishing. Laura Mcknight, NOLA.com, "St. Bernard crabber accused of resisting state wildlife officers, fishing violations," 9 Feb. 2018 In an unrelated case, a Trinity County warden found a social media post of an untagged 8-point buck, and began investigating the individual who claimed to have shot it. Community Report, Houston Chronicle, "Game warden field notes: Up on the rooftop mule deer paws," 12 Jan. 2018 People defraud the tagging system, Stoots says, by using duplicate tags, or a friend’s tags, or by not tagging at all and running the risk of being caught with a untagged fish. Mark Conlin, National Geographic, "Black Market Caviar Threatens California's Giant Fish," 11 July 2016

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1557, in the meaning defined above

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to deposit or conceal in a hiding place

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