- not having representation
- (as collective noun; preceded by the)we intend to represent the unrepresented
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Examples from the Web for unrepresented
Independent voters are, as yet, unrepresented in the GOP debates—even in 42 percent independent New Hampshire.The Religious Right Is the GOP’s New Norm
June 14, 2011
Without him we should still be unrepresented in the cultural development of the world.Adventures in the Arts
In 1885 and in 1892 the Duchy was unrepresented on the Treasury Bench.
But who troubles to see that laws are fairly interpreted for the unrepresented?The Convert
King asserts that the unrepresented boroughs were "about twenty-nine."
It was this unrepresented class which had forced him into power.History of the English People, Volume VII (of 8)
John Richard Green