unreportable


Also found in: Thesaurus.

unreportable

(ˌʌnrɪˈpɔːtəbəl)
adj
1. not able to be reported, relayed, or spoken of
2. (Law) (of income) not required by law to be reported, usually to the government
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unreportable - (of income) not reportable; not required by law to be reported; "very little income is unreportable"
reportable - (of income) required by law to be reported; "reportable income"
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Subsequent trials which followed Operation Shelter, until now unreportable, have heard girls were groomed by men who gave them cannabis, alcohol and the designer drug Mkat at parties, then encouraged into having sex.
The discordant fetal sex classification sample was classified as unreportable based on discordant " score and risk-score trisomy classification results (Fig.
In a series of previously unreportable court hearings ahead of Sewell's three-week trial it was heard how the Jehovah's Witnesses had been unco-operative with detectives investigating the case and said the organisation no longer retained any evidence on the abuse claims.
In a series of previously unreportable court hearings ahead of Sewell's trial, it was heard how the Jehovah's Witnesses had been uncooperative with detectives investigating the case and said the organisation no longer retained any evidence on abuse claims received in the 1990s.
Our unreportable sight-seeing jaunt set the Cairo air headquarters on its ear," Reilly noted.
gt; YOUR VOTE: PAGE 19 INJUNCTIONS TIMELINE HERE is a timeline of key events in the debate about injunctions and super-injunctions The term super-injunction means their very existence is supposed to be unreportable - until for example an MP mentions them in the House of Commons.
However, media owners argue that as many cases remain unreportable, there would "be effectively no change at all", with restrictions tighter than criminal cases in the Youth Courts.
FAMILY courts across England and Wales open up to the media today, but many of the cases with which they will be dealing will remain unreportable.
Although substantive merger review analysis will likely remain at the central MOFCOM level, provincial and local commerce bureaus will play a role in investigating cases involving failure to report transactions or otherwise unreportable transactions that nevertheless adversely impact competition.