from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense and past participle of unsay.
- adj. Not said, especially not uttered out loud: Their unsaid objections were almost palpable to the rest of the group.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unsay.
- adj. Unspoken.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not said; not spoken; not uttered: as, unsaid words.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not made explicit
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But what Thoreau leaves unsaid is that building castles in the air -- having a unique, inspiring, important vision -- is itself incredibly hard work.
At one time the unions took pains to drive out the Communists from their midst but what often goes unsaid is that much of this is due to the dislike of Communists by gangsters.
The part left unsaid is that such services are not prescribed intelligently due to the intrusion of insurance influences and liability concerns on sound medical decision making.
What remains unsaid is that the Mayor's interest in REINING THINGS IN doesn't seem to extend to her 'Mayoral' expenses, where -- if last September is an indication -- we're on target to clock in at over $35,000 per year in eats and treats.
Also left unsaid is what could happen if this was put in the hand of people (like the Bushies) who hate environmentalists, Muslims, Quakers, protestors or any other people who disagree with them.
But what goes too often unsaid is that we truly do appreciate your commitment to being a politician in our democracy.
The priestess declares the word unsaid -- just the opposite of "accepting" an omen.
I do not know itit is without nameit is a word unsaid;
They saw him distinctly, as with the naked eye; a word, a turn of the pen, or a word unsaid, offered the picture of him in America, Japan,
Still he boldly went on with his declaration, feeling that he did not wish to leave a word unsaid of all that had swelled his heart with love and hope.