from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • v. Past tense of unspeak.

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unspeak.


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  • Our genius was the 'unspoke', where you don't speak.


  • -- Mr. Raines or Gene to simply deal with this unspoke, unasked, but answer a lame duck question straight up, because that's what this is all about, I assume.

    Bowles And Others Briefing On Year End Report

  • Like to the thundering tone of unspoke speeches 848

    The Book of Humorous Verse

  • It is a natural reserve, a tardiness of disposition, "which often leaves the history unspoke which it intends to do;" a subdued quietness of deportment and expression, a veiled shyness thrown over all her emotions, her language and her manner; making the outward demonstration invariably fall short of what we know to be the feeling within.

    Characteristics of Women Moral, Poetical, and Historical

  • At night, after I had eaten a cold pullet, I walked by brave moonshine, with three or four armed men to guard me, to Redriffe, it being a joy to my heart to think of the condition that I am now in, that people should of themselves provide this for me, unspoke to.

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Sep/Oct 1662

  • But for unspoke reasons, such contributions have always gone unacknowledge - Althussers influence on "America in Decline" is virtually unknown. (and there are other such unpaid debts: the acknowledgement of Chilean Maoist Jorge Palacious 'influence on "Conquer the World," the situating of Avakian's "solid core with a lot of elasticity" is an attempt to undermine and triangulate differences with Prachanda Path, and so on.)


  • What this clip shows is that it with a submissive rhetoric you can be mock racist but, there's such a internal reaction about anti-semitism because a majority of the world "who are silent anti-semitics" have not yet been submissive and admitted to it, as nationalties apologised or confronted the reality unlike the resolution process that has occured with racism in general, Jews still have this issue to resolve, Little Britain reminds us that we still owe a debt to Judaism and it's world citizens, for the anti-semitism which lays dormant and unspoke in every area from government to boardroom, from the work place to the classromm, from the media to our homes, if as they have proved it is more uncomfortable an issue it is an issue that is yet to be resolved and Little Britain just reminded everybody.

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