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Definition of "untraced" []

  • (of something missing or hidden) not tracked down or found (adjective)
  • (of a path or route) not passed along or travelled; not followed (adjective)
  • Not having been traced. (adjective)

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Use "untraced" in a sentence
  • "Remarkably, only three of Brown’s letters to Severn mentioned by Sharp remain untraced – 21, 28 [?]"
  • "The initial docket was closed in 1990, and marked "untraced"."
  • "A trial court had termed the case as "untraced" in July 2008 after the Delhi"