unexpressed

[ UK /ˌʌnɛkspɹˈɛst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not made explicit
    the unexpressed terms of the agreement
    some kind of unspoken agreement
    his action is clear but his reason remains unstated
    things left unsaid
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How To Use unexpressed In A Sentence

  • In addition, unexpressed anger can lead to passive-aggressiveness - indirectly putting others down, for instance.
  • For many, there is an unexpressed belief that everything will be entirely digital, sooner or later.
  • The men of Lantana are generally inarticulate and choked with unexpressed emotion; they are the ones least equipped for disappointment.
  • The movie is crammed with characters and episodes and yet the unexpressed passion between Inman and Ada which is meant to give a surge to everything we see stifles it instead.
  • Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways. Sigmund Freud 
  • These emotions include fears, vulnerabilities, and unexpressed resentments.
  • Old resentments, hurts, ego wounds, emotional wounds, unresolved conflicts, memories of large and tiny defeats, unspoken truths and unexpressed love that has turned sour - the array is enormous.
  • If they remain unexpressed for a long period of time, they can really take their toll and ultimately cause long-term aches and pains. Sophie Keller: How Happy Is... 5 Reasons To Express Your Emotions
  • But if grief is unexpressed, it stays in the body and hardens there.
  • Often the reader feels inside their heads, hearing their unexpressed doubts or hunches.
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