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Innominate

[in-AH-mən-ət]

Part of speech: adjective

Origin: Latin, mid-17th century

1.

Not named or classified.

Examples of Innominate in a sentence

"The forthcoming book was still innominate, but it had already gathered positive reviews from critics."

"Clint and Dana had such a long list of potential names that their first baby was innominate for a full month."

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