- not breathed: unbreathed air.
- not disclosed; uncommunicated, as a secret.
Origin of unbreathed
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Examples from the Web for unbreathed
There is also the formless, unbreathed word of mood and dream and passion.Test Pilot
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His secret passion, unbreathed to any ear on earth, had been a prayer heard in heaven!The Captain of the Janizaries
James M. Ludlow
Above their heads the wind thrummed and whistled in the rigging, and the clean, unbreathed odour of the sea was salt and bracing.The House of Defence v. 2
E. F. Benson
Such an unexpected echo of her own unbreathed words startled Althea like an electric shock.Hubert's Wife</p>
Minnie Mary Lee
Then Khoda Dad Khan, eloquent and unbreathed, for he had taken no part in the fight, rose to improve the occasion.Life's Handicap