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unrecognized

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunrecognizedun‧rec‧og‧nized (also unrecognised British English) /ʌnˈrekəɡnaɪzd, -ˈrekə-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 ADMIREnot having received praise or respect for something good you have achieved 🔊 one of the great unrecognized jazzmen of the 1930s2 RECOGNIZE#not noticed or not thought to be important 🔊 an illness that can go unrecognized for years3 an unrecognized group, meeting, agreement etc is not considered to be legal or acceptable by someone in authority4 doing something without people recognizing who you are 🔊 He was able to walk down the street totally unrecognized.
Examples from the Corpus
unrecognizedAny living system is highly complex and subject to many environmental influences, some of which are probably totally unrecognized.For the present she would change him into an old beggar so that he could go everywhere unrecognized.Those who could walk limped painfully home, in some cases so black with gunpowder they passed unrecognized.Most often it is totally unconscious and goes unrecognized by staff and service users.When uninterrupted by unforeseen or unrecognized obstacles, parents will go to great lengths to provide these advantages for their children.But to those in distress, and towards unrecognized or emerging talent, he was unfailing in his generosity and support.There have been many adjustments, including some that have gone unrecognized or have been poorly understood.go unrecognizedMany minor disease outbreaks often go unrecognized.With the poor sensation, minor injuries or blisters often go unrecognized and untreated.They had understood those problems all along-even those that had long gone unrecognized at higher levels.Being at the bottom, they feel their contribution often goes unrecognized, at least by the authorities.Most often it is totally unconscious and goes unrecognized by staff and service users.There have been many adjustments, including some that have gone unrecognized or have been poorly understood.The longer the condition goes unrecognized, the more difficult it is to reverse.
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