unevidenced

unevidenced

(ʌnˈɛvɪdənst)
adj
not evidenced; not proven or backed up by evidence
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And yet, of course, its brevity means that its truth is (indeed, should be) unevidenced: it is an assertion.
"If you look at the reported figures around tourism, those are completely unevidenced."
(2) It was headlined, 'Revealed: NHS funding splashed on holidays, games consoles and summer houses.' The article went on: "the scheme to give 'patients more control over their care' has been used to buy many unevidenced treatments at the expense of long-established services which have been defunded" The article exemplifies a number of points of professional resistance to personal health budgets, including the way in which patients choose treatments which lack a conventional evidence base.
I will be complaining to the speaker about a breach of Parliamentary procedures because he's made a series of unevidenced allegations."
There was a flurry of demands for investigations into their tax arrangements and unevidenced gay rumours.
However, it completely rejects the wholly unevidenced claims made against the project."
There are many candidates for controlling junctional hemorrhage, of which many are currently unevidenced, but some may show promise for specific lesions, certain settings, or specialists.
This leaves the commission in a position, some might think deliberately, where the commission can simply make unevidenced statements about industry risks without others having the capacity to analyse the reality..
"I must stress this is an unevidenced concern and I would anticipate the company would point out the same argument could be levelled at other advertisements attached to public transport and even static ones, such as local authority ones on roundabouts.
Historical cynicism--as in unevidenced skepticism--is no more justifiable than historical naivety.
For unevidenced dismissals see Morgan, Against Fascism and War, 7-8; and Willie Thompson, The Good Old Cause: British Communism, 1920-91 (London 1992), 12.
But the claims infuriated social services director Sandra Taylor, who described the allegations as 'conjecture and unevidenced'.