from The Century Dictionary.
- Not communicated, not disclosed or made known to others.
- Not imparted or bestowed: as, the uncommunicated perfections of God. Not having received the communion.
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- adjective That has not been
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Slatkin brought every teachable technical skill to the podium, but the underlying musical motivations were either lacking or uncommunicated.
In other words, eternally uncommunicated information is a contradiction in terms.
Cares unparticipated, griefs uncommunicated, stifled resentments, and unremitting weariness!
Thus a number of writers possess the form, whilst they want the spirit of those whom, it is alleged, they imitate; because the former is the endowment of the age in which they live, and the latter must be the uncommunicated lightning of their own mind.
If perchance some stricken Asiatic come among us, plague dies with him, uncommunicated and innoxious.
A spot uncommunicated with may be visited by the honors of famine, and no channel exist for conveying thither the food required.
The completely private and uncommunicated makes us as uncertain and afraid of ourselves as physical loneliness.
Did you never find a malicious pleasure in repeating all the miserable gossip with which religious slander fastened upon his daily acts, his words, and even his uncommunicated thoughts?
The joy condemned by practical exigencies to scintillate for a moment uncommunicated, and then, as it were, to be buried alive, may now find an abstract art to embody it and bring it before the public, formed into
This signal and its answer invariably closed their correspondence; but what it meant, what tender message it conveyed, remained an uncommunicated secret.