un spoken

unspoken

[uhn-spoh-kuhn]
adjective
1.
implied or understood without being spoken or uttered.
2.
not addressed (usually followed by to ).
3.
not talking; silent.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English unspokyn. See un-1, spoken

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unspeak

[uhn-speek]
verb (used with object), unspoke, unspoken, unspeaking. Obsolete.
to recant; unsay.

Origin:
1595–1605; un-2 + speak

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unspeak (ʌnˈspiːk)
 
vb , -speaks, -speaking, -spoke, -spoken
an obsolete word for unsay

unspoken (ʌnˈspəʊkən)
 
adj
1.  understood without needing to be spoken; tacit
2.  not uttered aloud

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unspoken
late 14c., from un- (1) "not" + pp. of speak. Cf. M.Du. ongesproken, M.L.G. ungesproken.
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