adjective Heraldry.

(of a bird) represented with wings and legs spread: an eagle displayed.

Origin of displayed

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at display, -ed2
Related formsun·dis·played, adjectivewell-dis·played, adjective
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Examples from the Web for undisplayed

Historical Examples of undisplayed

  • "I will wait," she announced, to the man's increasing if undisplayed astonishment.

    Mistress Wilding

    Rafael Sabatini

  • As if even his gloom carried with it treasure as yet undisplayed.

    The Dawn of a To-morrow

    Frances Hodgson Burnett

  • Unconsciously Ahmad had faithfully portrayed the character as yet undisplayed of the girl before whom he stood.

  • The peculiarities of this gentleman's character were not undisplayed in the scene to which he was now introduced.

    Caleb Williams

    William Godwin