uncaptioned

uncaptioned

(ʌnˈkæpʃənd)
adj
(of a photo, video, etc) not having a caption attached or associated with it
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In a recent uncaptioned Instagram post by a certain Shyre Aquino, photos of herself with the singer were uploaded on the former's Instagram account.
In the uncaptioned photo, Spears and rumored boyfriend Sam Asghari showed their goofy sides as they used Snapchat's puppy filter.
Russia's state-backed Rossiya 24 channel earlier on Tuesday broadcast uncaptioned images of at least three bombers and a Russian military transport plane apparently inside Iran, but said it was unclear how many Russian bombers had arrived there.
collapse of their marriage -Cheryl's second following her divorce from former Chelsea and England footballer f Ashley Cole in 2010 - she posted an uncaptioned wide-eyed photograph of herself on Instagram which immediately attracted 57,000 'likes' and Darren said: "This is more " empowerment, as if she thinks 'I'm not going to be walked over; i'm not going to stand for it anymore'.
Initial workload will be heavier at first due to an abundance of uncaptioned video and audio files.
There is a picture of the dancers--like all the illustrations, uncaptioned.
She swerves her narratives: though people still whisper that she faked her pregnant belly with Blue, she shut down rumors of a second pregnancy with a single uncaptioned photo posted to her Tumblr in which she .
Most uncaptioned photographs are not images of confirmed trafficking victims.
As an aid to that, we have been back in the archives looking through piles of creased and uncaptioned photographs of Ayresome from unusual angles.
Uncaptioned clothes from a selection at Harrison boutique, Evelin Brandt and the high street.
See Clark, uncaptioned photo, Southern Textile Bulletin, (May 15,1940): 26.