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un·clas·si·fied

 (ŭn-klăs′ə-fīd′)
adj.
1. Not placed or included in a class or category: unclassified mail.
2. Of, relating to, or being official matter not requiring the application of security safeguards: unclassified defense documentation.

unclassified

(ʌnˈklæsɪˌfaɪd)
adj
1. not arranged in any specific order or grouping
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (of information) not possessing a security classification
3. (Soccer) (of football results) not arranged in any special order or in divisions
4. (Rugby) (of football results) not arranged in any special order or in divisions

un•clas•si•fied

(ʌnˈklæs əˌfaɪd)

adj.
1. not assigned to a class or category.
2. (of data, documents, etc.) not requiring a security clearance; not secret or confidential.
[1860–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unclassified - not subject to a security classification
classified - official classification of information or documents; withheld from general circulation; "thousands of classified documents have now been declassified"
2.unclassified - not arranged in any specific grouping
classified - arranged into classes
Translations

unclassified

[ˈʌnˈklæsɪfaɪd] ADJ
1. (= not arranged) [items, papers, waste, football results] → sin clasificar
2. (= not secret) [information, document] → no confidencial

unclassified

adj
(= not arranged)nicht klassifiziert or eingeordnet
(= not secret)nicht geheim

unclassified

[ʌnˈklæsɪˌfaɪd] adj
a. (not secret, documents, information) → accessibile al pubblico
b. (items, papers, road) → non classificato/a (Brit) (football results) → non classificato/a per campionato
References in classic literature ?
The uninvited guests enveloped and permeated them, and upon the night air rose joyous cries, congratulations, laughter and unclassified noises born of McGary's oblations to the hymeneal scene.
I wish it didn't look so cussedly like a robber's cave," said George Kearney, when they were taking a quiet preliminary survey of the unclassified treasures, before the Carrs took possession.
An enormous blood-tick, as yet, I believe, unclassified.
She did not like to feel herself the victim of unclassified emotions, and certainly as the launch slipped on and on, in the hot morning sun, she felt herself unreasonably moved.
The cub knew only that the sniff was strange, a something unclassified, therefore unknown and terrible-- for the unknown was one of the chief elements that went into the making of fear.
It was the old story, he recognized, that the woman must pay, and it occurred when the two of them, one day, were catching the unclassified and unnamed little black fish, an inch long, half-eel and half-scaled, rotund with salmon-golden roe, that frequented the fresh water, and that were esteemed, raw and whole, fresh or putrid, a perfect delicacy.
Besides an unclassified report naming 210 individuals based on publicly available sources, the report also included a classified analysis that describes to Congress additional information.
Assessing the Role of New ICD-9 Codes in the Increase in Unclassified ED Visits over Time
Cardillo questioned the agency's lack of polices for making unclassified information available to the public in disaster scenarios, wanting to shift from a model of only providing data in limited areas or controlled networks behind firewalls, Goolgasian noted.
And it was revealed at a Kirklees Full Council meeting this week that Kirklees leader, Clr David Sheard, had admitted to councillors that there had been a "balls up" to how the unclassified roads budget had been dealt with this year.
According to the New York Times, the hackers also broke into the US State Department's unclassified computer system.
The State Department said in an email late Friday that the shutdown came as scheduled routine maintenance to its main unclassified network, and would impact email traffic and access to public websites.