unsaid: "We will bail out your banks if they get into trouble."
The unsaid fact, of course, is that her search must be a Judeo-Christian one.
The words which had been wrung from her by the extremity of his peril must be regarded as unsaid.
I had said it, unfortunately, and it could not be unsaid now without many explanations.
Now, it was Marble, and not I, who made this speech; and yet I heartily wished it unsaid.
Masses were unsaid, churches had been stripped of their ornaments.
Because I lose a chance if I leave it unsaid; and you differ so widely from most girls—it may not provoke you.
For weal or woe, he could not go back and leave them unsaid.
Words of love remained unspoken, but the heart of each was full of that which was unsaid.
But the language of the eye, they say, is not always to be depended on; so take it as unsaid.