unscored

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ scored

Adjective[edit]

unscored (not comparable)

  1. Not assigned a score, or rating.
    the unscored section of a test
  2. Not given a musical score.
    the unscored scenes in a film
  3. Not having been scored or cut.
    • 1913, Stephen Graham, A Tramp's Sketches[1]:
      The long bay was unruffled and grey to the horizon, like a sheet of unscored ice.

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