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  • adj. Not whispered.


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un- +‎ whispered


  • Something that passed unwhispered with his breath,

    The Book of Annandale. III. Captain Craig, Etc

  • For years it had been his unwhispered ambition to see his favorite happily married to a man who was worthy of the priceless treasure.

    Flood Tide

  • Her heart was set firmly against the unwritten, unspoken, even unwhispered code of practical morality which dominates the struggling class.

    Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise, Volume II

  • The name was always with him now, unspoken, unwhispered even; but occupying every waking thought.

    The Man in the Twilight

  • If the look was not one of curiosity alone, but had in it an admixture of new-found respect; if to Mistress Stagg the Audrey of yesterday, unnoted, unwhispered of, was a being somewhat lowlier than the Audrey of to-day, it may be remembered for her that she was an actress of the early eighteenth century, and that fate and an old mother to support had put her in that station.


  • It was the ancient story, even told direct in the open, unwhispered, even told now, at such an hour and place.

    The Sagebrusher A Story of the West

  • Did she guess anything of that unwhispered secret which he promised to tell her in the courts of

    Out in the Forty-Five Duncan Keith's Vow

  • Thus it is that men who live ever gazing at the surely widening horizon of truth, who know that they at least need never sigh for new worlds to conquer, who day by day are coming into closer company with the yet unwhispered thoughts of the great Maker, are happy and contented in the tasks to which their lives are given, and serenely patient of what their duties deny them of luxury and wealth and freedom to wander or to rest.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 15, No. 87, March, 1875

  • "Dread statue!" thought Rienzi, "how many unwhispered and solemn rites hast thou witnessed by thy native Nile, ere the Roman's hand transferred thee hither -- the antique witness of Roman crimes!

    Rienzi, Last of the Roman Tribunes


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