uncelebrated

un·cel·e·brat·ed

 (ŭn-sĕl′ə-brā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Not famous or well known; obscure.
2. Not formally or officially honored.

uncelebrated

(ʌnˈsɛlɪˌbreɪtɪd)
adj
1. not celebrated or marked by festivities; unremarked
2. not celebrated or famous; unrenowned
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New Year's day dawned when, as yet, but one wall of their cabin was completed; the genial and jovial day, however, was not permitted to pass uncelebrated, even by this weatherbeaten crew of wanderers.
Thus was the first Day Eev'n and Morn: Nor past uncelebrated, nor unsung By the Celestial Quires, when Orient Light Exhaling first from Darkness they beheld; Birth-day of Heav'n and Earth; with joy and shout The hollow Universal Orb they fill'd, And touch't thir Golden Harps, & hymning prais'd God and his works, Creatour him they sung, Both when first Eevning was, and when first Morn.
That squad was by no means uncelebrated, especially if you consider how they have improved their games through the years.
As there is little historical writing about the Gambia even by local scholars, an attempt like this should not go unnoticed or uncelebrated.
But we cannot let this special time pass uncelebrated,'' said Sue.
Compelling and action-filled, this historical novel portrays an uncelebrated but influential figure in the French Renaissance, one whose life was cut short by the religious hysteria that swept Europe in the 1500s.
Despite orchestrating the 1963 March on Washington, and being personally embraced by King and his family, Rustin's sexuality saw him relegated to the margins of history--largely forgotten and, for too long, uncelebrated.
We talk a lot about diversity in the theatre, but I think middle-aged women are unsung and uncelebrated.
Today's New Year Honours also give us another welcome excuse to celebrate the contribution of so many who are often uncelebrated, often the backbone of their communities.
It had to do with a colleague of mine suffering a heat stroke in our school Colts XI of which I was the profoundly uncelebrated skipper.
A Google search for McKenzie today tells me her goal as an artist is to include "groups previously uncelebrated in [Jesus's] image especially African-Americans and women.