unsaid

[ US /ənˈsɛd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnsˈɛd/ ]
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 unsaid In A Sentence

  • A lot was said during that divisive leadership campaign which cannot be unsaid.
  • For all that is said, much is left unsaid. Times, Sunday Times
  • We found similarities between visual art and playwrighting; choosing the story to be told, the collage of characters to tell them and what's better left unsaid. Tracy Shaffer: Riva Sweetrocket Rocks the Botanic Gardens
  • Does he not realise how words said are hard to be unsaid.
  • Instead of leaving too much unsaid, you can really talk to a partner. The Sun
  • Some things clearly remain better left unsaid. Times, Sunday Times
  • Oprah proved herself a worthy word queen by recognizing that what has been said cannot be unsaid.
  • So much goes unsaid: and for some the agony of what's unsaid is almost unbearable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Grice's cooperative maxims are the unsaid norms.
  • things left unsaid
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