Otherwise leave them “unhonoured and unsung,” and unpronounced.
Here we have a pure 'Chippendale' book-plate of an unpronounced type.
Comparatively weak and unpronounced are the features of urban life.
Cabbages and cradles for ever was the unpronounced cry of triumph with which he buoyed up his courage.
The dying lady looked unsatisfied, and some unpronounced words agitated her lips, as Constance entered unbidden, but most welcome.
So many folk wear titles, as syllables in certain tongues wear accents—without them being mute, unnoticed, unpronounced.
On my admission into hospital I was at first sent to the convalescent ward, a huge room devoted to light and unpronounced cases.
In Swedish and Danish there are the forms lille and liden; whilst in the neuter form, lidt, the d is unpronounced.