Meaning of unattributably in English:

unattributably

adverb

See unattributed

‘I presume there are opportunities for engaging in debate on Islamist websites, unattributably.’
  • ‘Some of the figures Computer Weekly journalists have been given unattributably are truly frightening.’
  • ‘We would prefer such reactions to be given to the House rather than unattributably to the Press.’
  • ‘The momentum towards an election is entirely down to Brown and those who brief unattributably on his behalf.’
  • ‘Instead someone briefed the press unattributably, along the lines that she was ‘behaving wildly’.’