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  • adj. That is not pronounced.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not pronounced; not uttered.


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  • Bacon (as may be seen from the facsimile printed by Dr. Hirsch) left the letter _Ayin_ unpronounced, which is by far the best course for

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  • Even the crotch area, which usually bulges with virility for nearly all superheroes, appears flat and unpronounced.

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  • Eve, big for a woman, had mannish hips and unpronounced breasts.

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  • Imagine: 1. Dropping all silent and unpronounced double letters.

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  • Perhaps whether the utterance is meant as a threat, a prediction or a command will depend on some part of her content that was left unpronounced?

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  • Camilla, impressed with the promise she had intended for Edgar, which she was sure, though unpronounced, he had comprehended, dissented also from the motion.


  • He would have said my last but his breath failed him; he stopt; he wanted her to seize his meaning unpronounced; and, though it came to her as a thunderbolt from heaven, its very horror helped her; she divined what he could not utter, by feeling what she could not hear.


  • "The country is under an unpronounced state of emergency."

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  • Chicago, for instance, argues for four kinds of exceptions (words and proper names that are "plural in form, singular in meaning," multisyllabic names that end in an "eez" sound, words and names that end in an unpronounced s, and words and names that end in s in for … sake expressions).

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  • It's easier to let it slide, let it go unpronounced.

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