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unsaid1

Line breaks: un¦said
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsɛd
 
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Past and past participle of unsay.

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There are 2 main definitions of unsaid in English:

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unsaid2

Line breaks: un¦said
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsɛd
 
/

adjective

Not said or uttered: the rest of the remark he left unsaid
More example sentences
  • He left unsaid that perhaps among those whom terrorist planners recruit their foot soldiers might also be people in search of those same basic rights.
  • What is generally left unsaid is what influence this will have on intelligence work in Iraq, and elsewhere, in pursuit of terrorists.
  • She had learned more about Thomas in half an hour than she had all week, albeit it more from the things that had been left unsaid than his actual answers.
Synonyms
unspoken, unuttered, unstated, unmentioned, untold, unarticulated, unexpressed, unvoiced, unpronounced, untalked-of, suppressed, unrevealed, undeclared, unavowed;
tacit, implicit, understood, not spelt out, taken for granted, taken as read, inferred, implied, hinted, suggested, insinuated, left to the/someone's imagination

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