How To Use Untold In A Sentence

  • There's a strangeness about the whole image, as though a story lurks untold. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Chemical seepage has caused untold damage.
  • And yet while teachers' strikes may have been popular with chatterers and some politicians, the iridescence has caused untold suffering among pupils whose school calendar has been dislocated.
  • Plunged in darkness again, the man, whom Rose had called unimaginative, suffered all the untold agony of soul which had been hers during the moment in which she had been forced to make up her mind and carry out the act, only his anguish was the more intense, for hers was the quick action and his the forced inaction of a man bound to a stake, within full sight of a tragedy being enacted upon a loved one. 'Smiles' A Rose of the Cumberlands
  • Yea, we see in that wailing infant of a week, the outspringing of an immortal spirit which may soon hover on cherub-pinion around the throne of God, or perhaps, in a few years, sink to the regions of untold anguish. The Christian Home
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  • In the hands of the untrained and unwary it can cause untold damage to your wealth.
  • Each bottle of perfume all have untold love story, it is interesting.
  • The untold story here, however, is the rationalisation that has transformed the industry in recent years.
  • For Disney, "Dinosaures" offers untold millions in merchandising opportunities, though its hard to imagine a smoking, cussing megalosaurus adorning lunch boxes or escorting Snow White in the Rose Bowl Parade. A Megalosaurus Hit?
  • She accused the Congress government of treating the whole Sikh community as extremists, and authorising untold atrocities.
  • They all had expensive appointments and untold luxuries for the knights, lords, dukes and princes who served the king.
  • My personal fear is that untold irreparable damage will be done.
  • The hands of some called for kingship and irresponsible and numerated power; other hands called for ambition, for wealth in untold sums, for disgrace and shame, or for women and wine. Chapter X
  • Moreover, the circus promises the appearance of a mysterious Prince, a demagogue who is plotting untold evil.
  • A revolt against a ruling liberal political class which has caused untold havoc at home and mayhem and murder abroad. The Sun
  • The untold stories between then and now are multiple and unknowable.
  • The way he to misinterprets movies, dismisses anything he doesn't understand (which is a lot), and venerates Inspector Gadget and Star Wars as the twin shining beacons of Western cultural achievement fills me with an untold rage.
  • Sometimes, stark images can speak for themselves and even narrate untold stories.
  • All of which leaves the untold story still untold. Times, Sunday Times
  • Vandals are unwittingly causing untold damage to wildlife habitat in Savernake Forest, says a forester.
  • The rumours will do untold damage to his reputation.
  • The nasty plotters who were found guilty yesterday have inflicted misery on untold millions. The Sun
  • A revolt against a ruling liberal political class which has caused untold havoc at home and mayhem and murder abroad. The Sun
  • This brought untold misery to thousands. The Sun
  • She caused untold hardship and misery to millions of families who suffered needless unemployment.
  • They may have made an untold number of decisions on the basis that they were in line to play in Europe's biggest tournament the following season.
  • When they've finally drained the mountain of gold, the three men must survive the descent, the banditos and each other to turn their gold into untold wealth.
  • With untold billions illegally wagered on sport in the US, one might also think that the puritanical aversion that the nation feels towards the marriage of sport and wagering would dissipate.
  • His story remains largely untold. Times, Sunday Times
  • The untold story has emerged as a result of the auction of previously unseen footage of the couple's visit to the Greek capital. Times, Sunday Times
  • Underinflated tyres, however, will cause the avoidable expenditure of untold quantities of sweat, and soft tyres wear out more rapidly. Times, Sunday Times
  • Apparently if they failed to tighten a wheelnut to the correct torque there was an infinitessimal chance that the wheel might reach critical mass due to vibration and, thanks to the rotational velocity of the circumferential mass, collapse into a black hole, causing untold damage to the universe and wiping our miserable, H&S mad, planet out of existence. You Heard It Here First (Bulbgate) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • She describes her life as the great untold story of modernism.
  • However, for an untold number of years the Indians had skimmed oil from the surface of streams and ponds.
  • If the tide is not turned soon, the prisons crisis will do untold damage to wider society. Times, Sunday Times
  • Funny how people can spend money on cable or eating out or junk food or untold number of shoes or clothes or whatever, but then bulk or complain about paying for something that can actually help them. financial heartache is a necessity. student loan debt: Michelle, I'm a college professor who has been at this for just over 20 years. Color of Money Live
  • With the Old Red Sandstone the ganoids were ushered upon the scene in amazing abundance; and for untold ages, comprising mayhap millions of years, the entire ichthyic class consisted, so far as is yet known, of but these two orders. The Testimony of the Rocks or, Geology in Its Bearings on the Two Theologies, Natural and Revealed
  • The hitherto untold story behind the Smertin transfer offers further insight into the extent of his influence.
  • He inflicted pain on us as few cricketers have and yet we have caused him untold suffering. Times, Sunday Times
  • She went to her grave a mystery, her tale untold, mum to the end.
  • Plus, we have untold numbers of vehicles, and tons and tons of equipment to be transported back.
  • The untold damage she must have done to personal cashflow around the world. Times, Sunday Times
  • He put the family through untold suffering. The Sun
  • For every virus we've heard of, there are untold millions that die away, disappear. MINUTES TO BURN
  • Also, the war generation lived through times when politicians and generals, dictators and despots, managed to squander untold millions of young lives.
  • They need to ask themselves if they want to be forever known as unkind and uncaring, the lawmakers who while spending untold hundreds of billions of dollars to wage an unpopular war refused to approve a couple of extra billion over five years to provide health insurance for uncovered American children. Leo W. Gerard: Congress is Daring to Knock the Chip Off Bush's Shoulder
  • Can our hero foil the discordant plans before they crescendo into an unharmonious climax of untold evil? Comic Review: Donald Duck and Friends #354 | Fandomania
  • This age-old struggle for control had led to untold bloody wars.
  • Automobiles, other transport and industrial equipment of all denominations are now test beds for microelectronics, with comparable forthcoming results as from the office automation wave begun four decades ago that ushered in untold productivity throughout the workforce. Damn The Defense Cuts, Full Speed Ahead
  • They plan to blow up a hydroelectric dam that has caused untold environmental damage. Times, Sunday Times
  • And our problem today is very much psychological, not only political, how to unroot, how to overcome the untold amount of suspicion, of suffering on all sides. CNN Transcript - Sunday Morning News: Shimon Peres Talks About Death of Leah Rabin - November 12, 2000
  • The Cover Story highlights the untold sufferings of Indian soldiers in the First War of Independence.
  • Untold numbers have died trying to make the journey. Times, Sunday Times
  • The stairs leading from the servants level to ground were well-travelled routes, with untold scores of menials scurrying to and fro between their masters and duties.
  • This report has done me untold damage.
  • The rumours will do untold damage to his reputation.
  • A picture of hustle and bustle and untold exertion.
  • An Olympic gold medal can lead to untold riches for an athlete.
  • Adam: 7-8 years ago – I dunno, is that when Untold Tales was out? Steve and Adam Talk Ultimate Spidey… | Kung Fu Rodeo
  • We are forced to watch scenes contrived by someone's late night imaginings of the way things should have been in romances now past, with requisite confessions of untold secrets and tender kisses of palms and the freedom to dance unwatched.
  • Do you remember those dot.coms that promised untold wealth for early Internet investors?
  • The sets of weights were once the work tools of the county's pound police where they were used to measure the pounds, ounces, quarters and gills of an untold number of items.
  • That's eight years of hurt and an untold number of insect bites. Times, Sunday Times
  • But here's the untold story. Times, Sunday Times
  • WIth the departure of Darth Cheney, America will again uphold the rule of law at home and not the petty rule of an oligarch-tyrant who believed “l’etat c’est moi” was the policy for both 300 million Americans as well as untold countless illegally-detained and - tortured overseas in his gulags. — And the Winner Is … - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • This may sound like wishful thinking but how else will we create hope from the despair of untold child death, wanton neglect of girls and women, and a rich elite feasting on the misery of millions in poverty?
  • You may wake up one day to find that it had disappeared and having a back up will save you a untold number of man hours to restore it.
  • There is only the hum of the machines to proclaim that these grey houses are the source of untold death and destruction. Times, Sunday Times
  • Your latex allergy has brought me untold misery and your aversion to hot wax has cost me hundreds at the laser salon.
  • Aided, abetted, and possibly mousetrapped by untold numbers of quantative analysts, "AKA" quants, many of whom are Chinese nationals, the financial services industry created thousands of new investment vehicles in uncharted waters. Young Executives' Report: 1972 Declaration of War Against Family Farmers
  • Having stagnated for untold ages in an evolutionary backwater, they now had the modern world thrust suddenly upon them.
  • It is true that God was good to Canada in bestowing upon it untold riches but it took a great people to overcome the difficulties that Providence placed in your way. An Address by Raymond Daniell and Tania Long
  • Some walked for days or weeks, an untold number dying on the way. Times, Sunday Times
  • The chemical used was the herbicide glyphosate, which when sprayed on crops does untold damage to the environment.
  • In some parts of the world, corruption and poverty condemn untold millions to a life of misery and hardship.
  • Just as with all ads promising untold wealth or fantastic investment returns, there's going to be a catch.
  • There was nothing that either of them didn't know about each other, there was no thought left untold, no secret left unrevealed.
  • He was a Caliban, a monstrous phantom, fettered to him for untold ages, the penalty of some forgotten crime. In a Far Country
  • It has brought prosperity while creating huge untold environmental damage and complaints.
  • I think another untold story of this war is the mobilization of parents and spouses of the troops over there, who are in opposition.
  • If they could just say, ‘We made a heck of a mistake, we caused untold misery,’ they could at least come away with a shred of dignity, but they will never do that.
  • Untold human misery and suffering could be stemmed if Parkinson's disease became treatable.
  • The conceptual basis for the nonnegative integers was purely intuitive, but they had been in use for untold centuries and had achieved cultural acceptability — that is, as meeting the demands of the rigor of the day. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • For untold generations the priests of the kingdom of Babylonia meticulously observed and recorded the movements of the heavenly bodies.
  • This creeping classical conundrum could have untold beneficial effects on the population as a whole.
  • For every depressing story of unrest and instability there is an untold story of potential and hope.
  • It does untold damage to the numerous pelagic seabirds indigenous to the area: murres, puffins and gannets.
  • They were already well within the shield zone and, had the barge been hostile, it could have inflicted untold damage.
  • As a result, rumors of untold riches abound among the various bandit gangs that cruise the region in their custom-built battle cars, fighting and plundering trade caravans.
  • . Of course palling around with him meant doing untold quantities of drugs, which the story makes clear was part of his downfall.
  • No other director would spend untold minutes exploring a decaying, gloomy house in the dark.
  • Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City to take back the child that you have stolen, for my will is as strong as yours, and my kingdom is as great.
  • Sometimes, stark images can speak for themselves and even narrate untold stories.
  • A standard two-seat hopper, such as plied the time lanes in untold thousands, had materialized, and instantly erupted. Time Patrolman
  • I look forward to ZDnet's damaging breakdown of the whole Microsoft "astroturfer" campaign, in which untold hundreds of people are paid from Microsoft coffers to masquerade as genuine Microsoft users, while they stream a constant flow of lies and deliberate pro-Microsoft, anti-Microsoft-competitor distortions to magazines and tech News web sites like ZDnet. Daring Fireball
  • Fighting mold is big business, an untold story in the building industry.
  • In the past four years, untold numbers of companies have gone bust in the second half, and the new year has started with something more like a whimper than a bang.
  • This phobia can cause untold misery for the sufferer.
  • However, it is those same batteries that can do untold damage to the electronic innards of today's cameras.
  • Only while shooting these subjects I make a deliberate effort to involve an untold story in my pictures.
  • In Louisiana, the governor issued a shoot-to-kill order, and only recently have the untold numbers of police murders--largely of African-American men--begun to be brought to justice. Michelle Chen: Learning From Shattered Haiti's Year of Struggle
  • But while we concentrate on our bodies, the summer sun and salt water, combined with frequent use of hairdryers and ceramic straighteners, are doing untold damage to our hair.
  • Having represented plaintiffs who've lost good cases because likable defendants can smile while lying and defendants who've spent untold sums defending against frivolous lawsuits that can only be described as legalized extortion, the courthouse takes its toll. Tanya M. Acker: Don't Kill the Lawyers -- Yet
  • They plan to blow up a hydroelectric dam that has caused untold environmental damage. Times, Sunday Times
  • This subject should be better understood because it holds back businesses and causes employees untold stress and misery. Times, Sunday Times
  • His hair was wild and brown, his skin shriveled from untold hours in the sun. ALL I DID WAS LOOK • by David Dalglish
  • It does untold damage to the numerous pelagic seabirds indigenous to the area: murres, puffins and gannets.
  • It will do untold damage to your marriage and your whole family if this gets out. The Sun
  • Chertoff said an untold number probably will be found dead in swamped homes, temporary shelters where many went for days without food or clean water, or even in the streets once the water is drained from New Orleans, which could take a month or more. 09/05/2005
  • This age-old struggle for control had led to untold bloody wars.
  • We believe we have the untold story of the election.
  • The insects have thrived over the summer and are doing untold damage in wardrobes. The Sun
  • One day, a visit from someone claiming to be his father triggers a biological reaction that turns the nerdy scientist into a 30-foot giant green muscleman with untold powers and abilities.
  • The untold story of the last World Cup was that thousands of people went from this country to support Jamaica and caused absolutely no trouble at all.
  • The untold story has emerged as a result of the auction of previously unseen footage of the couple's visit to the Greek capital. Times, Sunday Times
  • They cause untold misery and early death. The Sun
  • Untold taxpayer cash has been used to save the banking system.
  • Thus Pluto has come to signify enormous power that can release untold energy, destroy, or annihilate.
  • Chemical seepage has caused untold damage.
  • This is one of the great untold stories of the night.
  • Is she really a ‘waitress turned singer,’ or was she a singer all along and waitressing to make ends meet like untold millions before her?
  • I think this would do untold psychological damage to our children.
  • It has now done untold damage. The Sun
  • They were already well within the shield zone and, had the barge been hostile, it could have inflicted untold damage.
  • The second largest of the earth's seven continents and covering about one-fifth of the total land surface, it is a host to untold thousands of botanicals, many with medicinal qualities.
  • The untold story has emerged as a result of the auction of previously unseen footage of the couple's visit to the Greek capital. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are countless untold and newly reconstructed stories.
  • Her secret remains untold to this day.
  • Squeak has buried untold pounds of walnuts, pecans, and peanuts in my yard.
  • It does untold damage to the numerous pelagic seabirds indigenous to the area: murres, puffins and gannets.
  • Untold are the reaches of his barbarities, uncounted the number of his treacheries, beyond belief the depravity of his practices.
  • An Olympic gold medal can lead to untold riches for an athlete.
  • But how many times have you used the word evil to describe the untold suffering the Church imposes on impoverished families denied contraception; or the lies told to protect belief; or the propaganda that turns resource wars into holy wars; or the specter of kind-faced volunteers threatening kindergarteners with hell? Valerie Tarico: Should Freethinkers Shun Or Claim The Language Of Spirituality?
  • The untold stories he tells us are about his family - and in particular, his mother, his father, and his two favourite aunts.
  • She has done untold damage to our chances.
  • An Olympic gold medal can lead to untold riches for an athlete.
  • Some people took the precaution of seeing their doctor in time and thereby spared themselves untold affliction.
  • And it's why Finlandia is spending untold millions to mix medium-dry martinis for 007. Absolut On The Rocks
  • The great untold story of the 2004 presidential elections was the black evangelical vote.
  • Whether the diseased organ was infectious or not is still subject to controversy: but that the surgery relieved untold suffering is only deniable by the terminally reality-challenged.
  • The use of defoliants such as Agent Orange and various herbicides scarred the landscape and caused untold human costs.
  • He busily scampered up-and-down the left wing while he was on the pitch and sent in a number of teasing crosses that caused untold trouble in the home defence.
  • The laissez-faire philosophy of competitive capitalism translated into untold misery for the laboring classes in industrial cities.
  • Tobin has developed a bombsight which is believed will make the difference in the war, and could cause untold damage to England should it fall into Nazi hands.
  • This would get around the refusal of Indian salt manufacturers to iodize their salt, preventing untold cases of goiter and low intelligence. NextBillion.net - Development Through Enterprise - Eradicating Poverty through Profit
  • The first spill of some 5,000 tonnes of oil fouled beaches with an evil-smelling bed of tar, killed or coated hundreds of seabirds and caused untold damage to the region's renowned shellfish and fish resources.
  • Your predictions would bring untold misery to many. Times, Sunday Times
  • An untold number of people switch from benefit on the ground of unemployment to benefit on the ground of incapacity.
  • So many untold stories, so many surprising facts are hidden away in dusty towns and remote villages.
  • But the long-term effects and a tendency to detox and retox could be doing untold physical and mental damage
  • This year with the long dry spell there is a real risk of fire which could destroy acres of trees causing untold financial loss as well as risking lives.
  • Her domains extended to far off lands, and her trading ships had traversed the coastlines of Africa and Arabia, bringing to Egypt untold riches in gold, incense, myrrh, turquoise and copper.
  • This age-old struggle for control had led to untold bloody wars.
  • As she and her now-husband stood under the chuppah, a half a dozen others were fighting for their lives and dozens and dozens more were in hospitals with untold injuries.
  • Words alone cannot convey the untold misery endured by people in these refugee camps.
  • Their story is one of the myriad untold stories about this country.
  • Despite the half inch of snow the trains were running on time and zizzed into London at untold speeds.
  • These barriers have left the events of many great battles untold and unexplored.
  • An Olympic gold medal can lead to untold riches for an athlete.
  • The untold story has emerged as a result of the auction of previously unseen footage of the couple's visit to the Greek capital. Times, Sunday Times
  • And like untold hundreds of men and woman have done throughout the Conference's 57-year history, I closed my eyes, commended my soul to God, and accepted the invitation.
  • Instead, I shall bask in all this glory and hope it brings me new found arrogance, snobbery and untold riches so I can retire to Pismo Beach and be a happy miser.
  • For every virus we've heard of, there are untold millions that die away, disappear. MINUTES TO BURN
  • Given that she was a pains to emphasis that flood plain development is to continue, regardless of the untold misery it's exacting on our fellow countrymen and women, I can't think of a more callous comment or more apt death warrant for Ms Cooper's Ministerial career. Bitter Funny and True
  • For many people, food has become a battleground between them and their carer and can cause untold anguish. Times, Sunday Times
  • The ladies under the dryers nodded in agreement, doing untold damage to their new hairstyles as they banged them against the inside of the dryers.
  • He spent untold hours in prayer, prostrating himself on the floor of the church at night.
  • When Lehman failed, its hundreds of billions in derivatives contracts were settled within 72 hours, sparing untold amounts of anxiety and money (a panic would have driven down the market even further). Inside Man
  • An Olympic gold medal can lead to untold riches for an athlete.
  • It is slander upon the loving character of a tender, gracious heavenly Father and has done untold harm to the Christian cause.
  • Along with untold cubic feet of natural gas and other assorted chemicals like bromine and iodine. DESTROY THE KENTUCKY
  • The air, however, holds the suspended product of untold sneezes, coughs and wheezes, many of them, we must remember in the time of SARS, from Chinese Canadians.
  • That story had gone untold for one hundred years. Christianity Today
  • Informing on dealers can deter crime and prevent untold human misery, according to the campaign.
  • The nasty plotters who were found guilty yesterday have inflicted misery on untold millions. The Sun
  • Feeling that the place was so large it contained many untold tales and some hope and comedy and sweetness, too feeling that there was more to Africa than misery and terror I aimed to reinsert myself in the bundu, as we used to call the bush, and to wander the antique hinterland. Excerpt: Dark Star Safari by Paul Theroux
  • Preparing for them each week requires forests of paper, quarried hillsides of chalk and untold kilowatts of electricity to power overhead lights and VCRs.
  • By being accessed again and again, an untold number of invitations are performed.
  • In the Russian play it remains untold what the new owner is planning to do with the land where the orchard used to be.
  • Their authority rests above all upon their supposed power of making rain, for “rain is the one thing which matters to the people in those districts, as if it does not come down at the right time it means untold hardships for the community. Chapter 6. Magicians as Kings
  • His contributions to the game of golf over all - and to lowering the scores of untold millions of golfers in particular - are incalculable.
  • There are a million untold stories like this one that say he's done quite enough already.
  • This variation in the licensed areas was a wholly unnecessary complication of the gold law, the difference in cost being inconsiderable, and the difference in title affording untold possibilities of lawsuits. The Transvaal from Within A Private Record of Public Affairs
  • There are untold numbers of gadgets for the household kitchen, too. The Sun
  • Both reveal untold depths of futility and desperation.
  • That's when more untold stories of what all went behind the making of the epic will unfold out of 150 hours of rushes.
  • Universally denounced by critics, the director's tale of two teenagers in love in the Camargue charmed and delighted untold thousands.
  • This process can be lengthy doing untold damage to the reputation of the business in the meantime. Times, Sunday Times
  • The demise of the industry has caused untold misery to thousands of hard-working tradesmen.
  • They plan to blow up a hydroelectric dam that has caused untold environmental damage. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was my ticket to untold riches, until I discovered that like all the best ideas someone had already thought of it.
  • While the world holds its sides watching the perennial GOPutzes flop and mince around the stage in their chuckleheaded outrage, the American public (held in the desperate despotic party's thrall through classic fear and reward tactics) has responded to the situation by playing with their iPhones and consuming untold amounts of fried food. Steven Weber: Headlines!
  • The author's name has caused untold hilarity among Britain's schoolboy humour forum, and I've laughed myself silly.
  • Words alone cannot convey the untold misery endured by people in these refugee camps.
  • She is a woman of untold wealth.
  • Elspeth was suing for divorce through a PR firm, and claiming untold millions. NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES
  • However, for an untold number of years the Indians had skimmed oil from the surface of streams and ponds.
  • He also distributes untold numbers of these papers to various parts of town, except that he can't at the moment, because his beater car finally died.
  • If Obama wins, racial issues will be openly, directly, and acknowledgedly part of the national discourse for untold years to come. More On the Obama Cartoon and Losing an Opportunity
  • They plan to blow up a hydroelectric dam that has caused untold environmental damage. Times, Sunday Times

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