Definition of unreckoned in English:


Pronunciation /ˌənˈrekənd/ /ˌənˈrɛkənd/


  • Not calculated or taken into account.

    ‘As Conrad said, we should ‘in the destructive element immerse’ but only for the unreckoned outcomes of life, vigour and challenge.’
    • ‘The crucial functions of childcare, elder care, other home-based tasks, and volunteer work in the community go completely unreckoned in the GDP because no money changes hands.’
    • ‘Steering research according to patent claims and corporate profit involves great unreckoned costs.’