unexcused


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unexcused

(ˌʌnɪkˈskjuːzd)
adj
not excused; not having an excuse
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unexcused - not excusedunexcused - not excused; "too many unexcused absences"
nonexempt - (of persons) not exempt from an obligation or liability
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Under the new law, school districts are no longer able to send students with three unexcused absences within a four-week period to truancy courts.
Any absence that occurs without the employee complying with all of an employer's prerequisites for granting leave should be deemed unexcused.
The school then marked it down as an unexcused absence.
10 - the day authorities say Wooden was killed - after he had three consecutive unexcused absences from work.
He spent 25 days on constituency work and registered two unexcused absences.
In making such observations, the CONSULTANT shall protect the Owner from continuing deficient or defective work, from continuing unexcused delays in the schedule and from overpayment to the Contractor.
The Qatar-based International Union of Muslim Scholars, headed by influential preacher Yusuf al-Qaradawi, criticised the "world's shameful and unexcused silence" on the "insulting of religions".
Their statistics show that 91% of these students had less than five discipline referrals, and 69% had less than 10 excuses and unexcused absences during the school year.
Eligible safety award winners were randomly drawn at the event based on a minimum 1,500 hours worked while achieving no lost-time accidents or unexcused absences.
The verification of unexcused absences or possible abuses by employees who extended official holidays by taking extra days off will also be carried out, they added.
Students who miss 18 or more days of school are considered "chronically absent," regardless of whether the absences are excused, unexcused, or for disciplinary reasons, says a new policy brief from Attendance Works, a national and state initiative founded in 2010 that is aimed at addressing chronic absence to improve student success.