Definition of unrepresented in English:

unrepresented

Pronunciation /ˌənreprəˈzen(t)əd/ /ˌənrɛprəˈzɛn(t)əd/

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adjective

  • Not represented.

    ‘Many applicants are unrepresented or represented by non-professionals.’
    • ‘During that period of time, he made numerous court appearances, sometimes unrepresented and other times represented by counsel.’
    • ‘A Geraldton legal centre has launched a series of seminars to inform unrepresented defendants of the ins and outs of the justice system.’
    • ‘Women are equally unrepresented in other top union jobs, making up less than a fifth of top leadership.’
    • ‘I have taken the following steps because the defendant is both unrepresented and unfamiliar with her legal rights.’
    • ‘Rachel wants to ensure that large and unrepresented or underrepresented groups in Canada are actually represented in Parliament.’
    • ‘The problem with poor turnouts has nothing to do with the hassle of getting to a polling station, and everything to do with people feeling unrepresented and disenfranchised.’
    • ‘Newcastle, Manchester and Gateshead remain areas where the Tories are utterly unrepresented.’
    • ‘Often soldiers were unrepresented, often no witnesses were called in their defence.’
    • ‘The Defendant did not attend and was unrepresented.’
    • ‘Antoine appeared before the magistrate at the Scarborough Magistrates Court at about 10.30 am and was unrepresented.’
    • ‘A case involving an unrepresented litigant can take 2 or 3 times longer to complete than one where the parties are represented.’
    • ‘Those in power become almost indistinguishable, and the bulk of the community is left feeling alienated, disgruntled and unrepresented.’
    • ‘In court he was unrepresented and pleaded guilty.’
    • ‘All in all, organized groups represent a wide array of interests in American politics, and few, if any, significant interests go unrepresented.’
    • ‘Parents have to answer serious charges by a number of authority figures unaided, unrepresented, and in a potentially frightening environment.’
    • ‘This would leave a huge majority of voters unrepresented - even less fair.’
    • ‘It is a shame that the country's favourite sport remains unrepresented at the World's biggest sporting occasion.’
    • ‘Not since Moscow in 1980 has Australia been unrepresented in the relays at the Olympics.’
    • ‘Whole sections of the population are now unrepresented in parliament.’