Definitions

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  • adj. Not echoed.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ echoed

Examples

  • Later, when I became oppressed by a lack and was made to hear the stillness that followed my unechoed words, I became grave and still myself.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • It is human—some mighty drama unseen, unheard, is playing there its tragedies or mocking comedy, and the laugh of endless years is shrieking onward from peak to peak, unheard, unechoed, and unknown.

    DARKWATER

  • The voicing seems oddly flattened and unemotional -- oddly because visually this is an extremely emotional film; to have these visuals unechoed in the voicing creates an uneasy repressed feeling at odds with the visuals.

    Film stuffage: The Expected Climax and Howl's Moving Castle

  • But Lily's joke was left unechoed: everybody talked professional shop, quoted figures; the habit of signing contracts, of avoiding the traps laid by the agents had given them all a keen sense of business.

    The Bill-Toppers

  • Unconsciously he slowed his pace and lifted his fine, pale face upward: his low, clear baritone flooded the broken woods, carried far out across the silent frozen lake, unechoed; it was vibrant with the very spirit of yuletide -- love of man and woman.

    Terry A Tale of the Hill People

  • It is human -- some mighty drama unseen, unheard, is playing there its tragedies or mocking comedy, and the laugh of endless years is shrieking onward from peak to peak, unheard, unechoed, and unknown.

    Darkwater Voices from Within the Veil

  • On the hard, parched earth, on the dew-laden moss, on the stretches of wayside sward, on the dry white dust of the ducal roads, their hoofs thundered, unfollowed, unechoed; the challenge of no pursuit stayed them, and they obeyed the call that was made on their strength with good and gallant willingness.

    Under Two Flags

  • What an angry disappointment, that Stuart goes into "comedian guest" mode when he's on, while a vaguely appropriate response, is totally inappropriate for the gravity of the situation, how much influence he's been allowed to have over the direction of our political system, and how much the other media parrots squawk his ideas when they should die unechoed.

    Wonkette » top

  • Billy Beck just about covers anything I’d care to add; I’ll just add two links for VC readers’ convenience in support of his heretofore unechoed point about Mother Teresa’s recently published letters.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Ayn Rand First:(?):

  • "Ah! to be fickle," she said, "is showers after drought, seas after sand; to cry, unechoed; to be thirsty, the pitcher broken.

    Henry Brocken His Travels and Adventures in the Rich, Strange, Scarce-Imaginable Regions of Romance

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