unrepresented

Related to unrepresented: unrepresentative, Underrepresented Minority

unrepresented

(ʌnrɛprɪˈzɛntɪd)
adj
a. not having representation
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): we intend to represent the unrepresented.
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Translations

unrepresented

[ˈʌnˌreprɪˈzentɪd] ADJsin representación
they are unrepresented in the Houseno tienen representación en la Cámara
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unrepresented

adjnicht vertreten; to go unrepresented (Jur) → nicht vertreten werden; (Parl) → nicht vertreten sein
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unrepresented

[ʌnˌrɛprɪˈzɛntɪd] adjnon rappresentato/a
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References in classic literature ?
His doubts upon this point, which were always roused by Katharine's presence, had vanished completely, and his strongest wish in the world was to be with her immediately, since every second he was away from her he imagined her slipping farther and farther from him into one of those states of mind in which he was unrepresented. He wished to dominate her, to possess her.
There it was going on in the background, for all those thousands of years, this curious silent unrepresented life.
Ibrahim, who was unrepresented, said in mitigation that he had to support a family of five and only earned RM40 a day as a part-time worker.
Mrs Hunt said she always spoke to the families before the lawyers to make sure they were okay and, if they were unrepresented, she made sure they understood exactly what was going on.
They argue that if they were not brought to parliament when the session was going on, their voters would go unrepresented. This is high time for all parliamentarians to rise above their political interests for a greater national cause.
Note that what the headline failed to mention was that the opinion addresses prosecutors' obligations when interacting with unrepresented misdemeanor defendants.
The data indicates that approximately 75% of cases involve at least one unrepresented party.
However, the defendant remained unrepresented during Wednesday's hearing that irked the judge.
class="MsoNormalThe unrepresented suspects told the court that they will engage lawyers to defend them.
"We see a vast difference in results between people who are being represented and people who are being unrepresented," Kruger said.
When asked by a district judge what he had to say about he matter, Miah, who was unrepresented by a solicitor, said: "I can only apologise."