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uncommunicated

Line breaks: un|com¦mu¦ni|cated
Pronunciation: /ʌnkəˈmjuːnɪkeɪtəd
 
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Definition of uncommunicated in English:

adjective

Not expressed or revealed; secret: we all knew there was an uncommunicated, hidden agenda an uncommunicated inward intention
More example sentences
  • The uncommunicated part of her story points perhaps in a different direction.
  • An uncommunicated policy does not exist.
  • An uncommunicated inward intention is wholly irrelevant.

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