unwitnessed

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unwitnessed (comparative more unwitnessed, superlative most unwitnessed)

  1. Not seen. Not witnessed
    • 2007 May 19, Alan Cowell, “British Girl Vanishes in Portugal, and Her Country Grieves”, in New York Times[1]:
      Her fate has absorbed Britons, touching the nation’s sense of pity and outrage in a way unwitnessed since the murders of two 10-year-old girls, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, in the village of Soham in 2002.