All their other assumptions of ungiven powers have been in the detail.
She could smile and be silent, and give him her hand or leave it ungiven, as he might demand.
We now stood fairly on the rock, prepared to encounter any given, or ungiven quantity of birds or beasts.
Jones, regretting the ungiven clip, banged the door, and the libel-loving Glew went pleasantly on his way.
past participle adjective, late 14c., "allotted, predestined," from give; also with a noun sense of "fate," reflecting an important concept in pagan Germanic ideology (Old English had giefeðe in this sense). The modern sense of "what is given, known facts" is from 1879. Given name (1827) so called because given at baptism.