Definitions

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  • adj. Not uttered; unspoken.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not made explicit

Etymologies

un- +‎ uttered (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • And I had looked back at her in silence, with a word unuttered, but still perhaps divined by her, on my lips.

    To-morrow?

  • There is no such cloud as that on my memory of -- of -- "He left the name unuttered, and went on hurriedly.

    Sylvie and Bruno

  • Half a dozen times Saxon found herself on the verge of the remark, "What's on your mind?" but each time let it remain unuttered.

    Chapter 11

  • And always was Martin's maddening and unuttered demand: Why didn't you feed me then?

    Chapter 44

  • And now, when I speak, you check the thought unuttered on your lips and hang on my lips and pay respectful attention to whatever I choose to say.

    Chapter 44

  • "What of it," Billy laughed harshly, as if in answer to her unuttered questions.

    CHAPTER X

  • She studied her wide gray eyes that were so very gray, that were always alive with light and vivacities, where, in the surface and depths, always swam thoughts unuttered, thoughts that sank down and dissolved to give place to other thoughts.

    CHAPTER XVIII

  • Emilio worries that his dress is too short, but he says he doesn't have time to recut the dress and is just going to let the judges see (I'm assuming the last, unuttered words of this sentence are "her bidness.")

    Una LaMarche: Project Runway Episode 5 Recap: Marie Clairvoyance

  • They sat on in a silence that was quick with unuttered love, till she felt him slowly draw her more closely and his lips come near to her ear as they whispered: "What do you say we go to bed?"

    CHAPTER I

  • Now did she sense this fleeting, unuttered flash of mine?

    CHAPTER XXX

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