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  • v. Present participle of untell.


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  • With an unerring instinct for the untelling detail, Mr. Daugherty leaves nothing out: He presents us with lists of Heller's favorite foods, his childhood friends' nicknames, nearly every review of his books characterizing each negative notice as "embittered" or the result of professional jealousy and every joke told by Heller's buddies Ngoot Lee, Mel Brooks and Mario Puzo.

    Major Minor

  • From there, the story is about deception, dysfunction, and eventually redemption and "untelling."

    The Minireviews (Books 10-12)

  • He turned from the casement and the blind resumed its untelling face.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • Im ashamed to say that our country that spends untelling how much money on our military, can’t for some reason get our HEROES the help they need, mentally, physically, financially, etc.

    Soldier turns himself in after deserting


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