The extent of unavowed or unconscious scepticism far exceeds that which is openly avowed or consciously felt.
Or did she mean that there was some cause, unavowed but not unimaginable, why she should desire them more?
Of the two oral exercises one was an overt, the other an unavowed repetition.
The importance of this unavowed connection will be seen later when he made it his business to bring about English intervention.
Preyed upon by uncomprehended and unavowed love, and far too well-behaved to shoot himself, he dies of consumption.
The sciences which are in any peculiar sense modern take as an (unavowed) postulate the fact of consecutive change.
He sang it with real passion, and produced, exactly where he wished, a strange but unavowed sensation.
The lovers did not long rest in that unavowed consciousness which left a shadow of doubt as to their reciprocal attachment.
Such were the arguments on public grounds; to which, though it was unavowed, might be added the pleasure of dishing the Whigs.
It was said that Corentin belonged to Fouche by some unavowed relationship, for he rewarded him lavishly after every service.