Definitions

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  • adj. Not vocalized; unspoken, unvoiced.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ vocalized

Examples

  • But ultimately, the unvocalized Estrangelo script comes to be a hindrance.

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  • (You'll probably want to buy one, as the Peshitta available online is in the unvocalized Estrangelo script) Then you can use as you read it a wonderful free book available online, the Clavis Syriaca by Henry F. Whish (1883).

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  • I can relay whispered words, unvocalized phrases straight from my fettered tongue to the ears of whoever I wish to hear my message.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • So they looked to the south, and tended to ignore the cold northern territories, perhaps because of an unvocalized common conviction -- one anticipated centuries before by the first Spanish settlers in the New World of the Americas -- that life was not worth living any place where there was even a remote possibility of snow.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • His unvocalized words flowed through the neuronet to her.

    Fall of Angels

  • Their united and disciplined action also demonstrated an unvocalized demand for the right to associate and organize freely.

    3. Non-Racial Trade Unionism in Historical Perspective

  • With the _f_, the tone must be there already, _before_ I have pronounced it; to pass from the _f_ to the _r_ I must summon to my aid the auxiliary vowel _oo_, in order to prevent the formation of any unvocalized interstices in the sound.

    How to Sing [Meine Gesangskunst]

  • [Page 179] which one sees every day of his life and which are to be regarded as parts of that universal shorthand vocabulary of unvocalized speech that is used the world over from Naples to

    Unwritten Literature of Hawaii The Sacred Songs of the Hula

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