unsaid
adjective Date: before 12th century not said; especially not spoken aloud

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • unsaid — index implicit, tacit, undisclosed Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • unsaid — O.E. unsæd, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + pp. of SAY (Cf. say). Cf. M.Du. ongeseit, Ger. ungesagt, O.N. usagðr …   Etymology dictionary

  • unsaid — [adj] not expressed or partially expressed implicit, implied, inferred, left to the imagination*, silenced, tacit, undeclared, understood, unexpressed, unspoken, unstated, unuttered, unvoiced, wordless; concept 267 Ant. expressed, said, stated …   New thesaurus

  • unsaid — [unsed′] vt. pt. & pp. of UNSAY adj. not expressed …   English World dictionary

  • Unsaid — The term unsaid refers what is not explicitly stated, what is hidden and / or implied in the speech of an individual or a group of people.Unsaid and linguisticUnsaid and ethnologyIn ethnology, ethnomethodology established a strong link between… …   Wikipedia

  • unsaid — [[t]ʌ̱nse̱d[/t]] ADJ: usu ADJ after v, also v link ADJ, ADJ n If something is left unsaid or goes unsaid in a particular situation, it is not said, although you might have expected it to be said. Some things, Donald, are better left unsaid...… …   English dictionary

  • unsaid — un|said [ʌnˈsed] adv be left unsaid if something is left unsaid, you do not say it although you might be thinking it ▪ Some things are better left unsaid (=it is better not to mention them) …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • unsaid — un|said [ ʌn sed ] adjective something that is unsaid is something you think but do not say: left unsaid: My real thoughts on the subject were better left unsaid …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • unsaid — be left unsaid if something is left unsaid, you do not say it although you might be thinking it: Some things are better left unsaid. unsay /Vn sed/ verb (T) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • unsaid — UK [ʌnˈsed] / US adjective something that is unsaid is something that you think but do not say left unsaid: My real thoughts on the subject were better left unsaid …   English dictionary

  • unsaid — adj. to leave smt. unsaid * * * [ʌn sed] to leave smt. unsaid …   Combinatory dictionary

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