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unofficial

adjective casual, informal, not to be quoted, off the record, personal, unauthoritative, unauthorized, unendorsed, without authority, without ceremony
Associated concepts: unofficial ruling
See also: informal, interim, private, uncorroborated
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Few yards are openly on the market in Newmarket, but as is the case in Lambourn, many are discreetly for sale unofficially.
A second man, named unofficially as Steve Wright, 48, of Ipswich, is being questioned over the deaths and can be held until Saturday at the latest after being arrested on Tuesday.
The three girls and one boy are unofficially known as the body, the boss, the voice, and the boy.
If these folks had simply continued their pace, they would likely have been permitted to unofficially finish the race and it appears they could have physically made the 26.
The owner of the car with the highest VIN number will be unofficially declared as having the last-off-the-line car.
They could be the inhabitants of any number of "post-conflict" cities the world over, but in fact live in the Belfast neighborhood unofficially named the Holylands after its biblical street names.
Unofficially, it was meant to put EC Comics out of business.
DEA Agent Will Malone is unofficially chasing con artist Mario Alvarez who killed his sister Wendy.
Unofficially referred to by some as "liquid body armor," STF is made of equal parts polyethylene glycol--an inert, non-toxic thickening agent used in a variety of common products, like some ice creams--and miniscule glass particles, said Eric Wetzel, who heads the STF project team in the Weapons and Materials Research Directorate of the U.
When von Galen's public opposition led to a great surge in his popularity, Hitler in August 1941 officially gave an order to end the program, although it was continued unofficially.
My partner, Jonathan, and I were unofficially married at a PFLAG fund-raiser.