verb (used with object), lo·cat·ed, lo·cat·ing.
verb (used without object), lo·cat·ed, lo·cat·ing.
- locally compact space,
- locally euclidean space,
- locally finite set,
- locarno pact,
- locatelli, pietro,
Origin of locate
Examples from the Web for unlocated
Anderson patted her head reflectively as he solemnly drew his huge silver time-piece from an unlocated pocket.The Daughter of Anderson Crow|George Barr McCutcheon
He insisted that it was impracticable to fix the relative value of unlocated lands—it had been repeatedly tried without effect.Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856, Vol. I (of 16)|Thomas Hart Benton
Many of these areas or zones have been located by science, while others remain as yet unlocated.Your Mind and How to Use It|William Walker Atkinson
Must immortelles of this common and saddening mortality be laid on his unlocated grave?The Tower of Oblivion|Oliver Onions
Mr. Allan Stewart (late Treasurer of the Township) had inadvertently cut some timber on one of the unlocated lots in the township.The Last Laird of MacNab|Various
1650s, "to establish oneself in a place, settle," from Latin locatus, past participle of locare "to place, put, set, dispose, arrange," from locus "a place" (see locus). Sense of "mark the limits of a place" (especially a land grant) is attested from 1739 in American English; this developed to "establish (something) in a place" (1807) and "to find out the place of" (1882, American English). Related: Located; locating.