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un·cor·rect·ed

 (ŭn′kə-rĕk′tĭd)
adj.
Not corrected: an uncorrected manuscript; a host of uncorrected abuses.

uncorrected

(ˌʌnkəˈrɛktɪd)
adj
(of proofs, a transcript, etc) not having been corrected or amended
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uncorrected - left faulty or wronguncorrected - left faulty or wrong; "uncorrected astigmatism"
corrected - having something undesirable neutralized; "with glasses her corrected vision was 20:20"
2.uncorrected - not subjected to correction or disciplineuncorrected - not subjected to correction or discipline; "let her children grow up uncorrected"
unpunished - not punished; "would he forget the crime and let it go unpunished?"
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uncorrected

[ˈʌnkəˈrektɪd] ADJsin corregir
References in classic literature ?
As for this stranger, had I let my rage, Justly provoked, have play, he had not 'scaped Scathless and uncorrected at my hands.
If we were left solely to the wordy wit of legislators in Congress for our guidance, uncorrected by the seasonable experience and the effectual complaints of the people, America would not long retain her rank among the nations.
While there are numerous causes of headache, uncorrected or under-corrected refractive errors have long been considered a potential cause of headache in pediatric population.1 Numerous studies have shown a significant relation between these two entities.
Uncorrected eye problems among children have severe consequences for the child, family and society.
Please come back fast, we need you!" Ignoring the fact that no one knows what "Global Waming" is (a typo that is still there, uncorrected, on the internet, days later), let's all just take a moment to be terrified that the leader of the free world 1) doesn't understand the difference between climate and weather, and 2) is using the prospect of the death of some of his citizens to gleefully attack science.
Uncorrected national and state-level estimates for 2013-2015 were obtained from the CDC WONDER Online Database for comparison.
Death from any cause occurred in 3.1 and 4.9 percent of participants in the device and control groups, respectively (relative risk, 0.64; 95 percent confidence interval, 0.43 to 0.98; uncorrected P = 0.04); non-arrhythmic deaths occurred in 1.4 and 2.2 percent, respectively (relative risk, 0.63; 95 percent confidence interval, 0.33 to 1.19; uncorrected P = 0.15).
The partnership follows the 2015 report by the World Health Organization and BHVI, which found that a person who has -5.00D uncorrected myopia has a visual acuity of 6/172, which is much worse than the threshold for blindness.
We validated our approach in 3 ways: (a) by comparing drift-corrected values with remeasured A[beta] 1-42 concentrations that were available for a subset of individuals with AD-type dementia, (b) by comparing drift-corrected values with visual reads of PET for amyloid abnormality that were available for a subset of individuals, and (c) by evaluating whether our approach improved detection of clinical AD-type dementia compared with uncorrected data.
Results from the first blood gas (all blood gas results were reported uncorrected for temperature) drawn from a catheter placed in the IVC (by Seldinger technique; sutured in place after advancing to its full length overlying the L3 vertebral body; Figure 1) were pH 7.01, PC[O.sub.2] 33mmHg, P[O.sub.2] 101mmHg, S[O.sub.2] 94%, and lactate 18 mmol/L.
However, it is speculated that the elongated focus provided by this lens results in better outcomes for uncorrected far and intermediate vision compared to near vision.