Related formsdat·ed·ly, adverbdat·ed·ness, nounun·dat·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for undated
The publication is undated, and gives no name of poet or composer.Dr. Arne and Rule, Britannia|William Hayman Cummings
The letter is undated, but clearly belongs to the early part of the year 1520.Albert Durer|T. Sturge Moore
In our Introductory-Note it is stated that the original edition of the 'Epigrams' is undated.
In an undated letter of 1806, Scott, writing from Ashestiel, thanks Surtees for his “obliging communications.”Old Friends|Andrew Lang
The one which we must rank as the earliest is an undated Hore ad vsum Romanum, signed 'Jo.Early Illustrated Books|Alfred W. Pollard