unsourced

unsourced

(ʌnˈsɔːst)
adj
(of a story or quotation) not attributed to a source
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I am horror-struck at this antemosaic, unsourced existence of the unspeakable terrors of the whale, which, having been before all time, must needs exist after all humane ages are over.
It was unsourced and questioned by insiders at the time.
It said in an unsourced report that Merkel had held a meeting with
The airline must by January 8 present fully audited 2014 results to authorities, and provide evidence that it is a going concern for it to be allowed to continue to operate, Phileleftheros said in an unsourced report.
A central part of the plan, which has the backing of Saudi Arabia and Russia, would be an institution to sit above Opec and the International Energy Agency (IEA), the newspaper said in an unsourced report.
French companies whose staff have been released after being taken hostage in Africa also deny unsourced accusations that they paid ransoms.
Boxun, which often reports unsourced rumours, issued a statement on its website describing Xiang as a "Boxun journalist".
There is also a short section on scalping that is a bit gratuitous and unsourced in the book.
However it said a ''series of unsubstantiated and unsourced rumours swirling around ahead of our half-year results, ranging from estimates on job losses to route changes".
Any sign of fitting into the establishment -- whether through a ' sting op' or unsourced tales of leaders resorting to favourism -- will allow the Congress and the BJP sit back and insist that all politicians are, indeed, the same.
Revenue from unsourced leads goes into a general fund for distribution amongst qualifying artists.
Germany's Angela Merkel plans to step down as chancellor in 2016, a year before the end of a third term, if she is re-elected in a September 22 election, according to an unsourced article in Stern magazine on Wednesday.