unexpressed

[uhn-ik-sprest]
adjective
1.
not expressed; not indicated or communicated, as in words, intimations, or the like: an unexpressed desire.
2.
tacit; understood without explicit statement: an unexpressed agreement.

Origin:
1555–65; un-1 + express + -ed2

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unexpressed (ˌʌnɪkˈsprɛst)
 
adj
1.  not expressed or said
2.  understood without being expressed

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Example sentences
Work out anything and everything that lies unexpressed.
It was as if a gigantic dam opened-a dam behind which unexpressed words and
  gestures were piled up.
The unexpressed irony of this drama is that the freshness and the fervor so
  soon go.
Does not protect against discrimination based on unexpressed genetic conditions.
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