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unspoken

[uhn-spoh-kuh n] /ʌnˈspoʊ kən/
adjective
1.
implied or understood without being spoken or uttered.
2.
not addressed (usually followed by to).
3.
not talking; silent.
Origin of unspoken
1325-1375
1325-75; Middle English unspokyn. See un-1, spoken

unspeak

[uhn-speek] /ʌnˈspik/
verb (used with object), unspoke, unspoken, unspeaking. Obsolete
1.
to recant; unsay.
Origin
1595-1605; un-2 + speak
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unspoken

/ʌnˈspəʊkən/
adjective
1.
understood without needing to be spoken; tacit
2.
not uttered aloud

unspeak

/ʌnˈspiːk/
verb -speaks, -speaking, -spoke, -spoken
1.
an obsolete word for unsay
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Word Origin and History for unspoken
adj.

late 14c., from un- (1) "not" + past participle of speak. Cf. Middle Dutch ongesproken, Middle Low German ungesproken.

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