unsaid

1
[ uhn-sed ]
/ ʌnˈsɛd /

verb

simple past tense and past participle of unsay.

Definition for unsaid (2 of 3)

unsaid

2
[ uhn-sed ]
/ ʌnˈsɛd /

adjective

not said; thought but not mentioned or discussed; unstated: It was best left unsaid.

Origin of unsaid

2
before 1000; Middle English unsa(i)d, Old English unsǣd; see un-1, said1

Definition for unsaid (3 of 3)

unsay

[ uhn-sey ]
/ ʌnˈseɪ /

verb (used with object), un·said, un·say·ing.

to withdraw (something said), as if it had never been said; retract.

Origin of unsay

First recorded in 1425–75, unsay is from the late Middle English word unsayen. See un-2, say1
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British Dictionary definitions for unsaid (1 of 2)

unsaid

/ (ʌnˈsɛd) /

adjective

not said or expressed; unspoken

British Dictionary definitions for unsaid (2 of 2)

unsay

/ (ʌnˈseɪ) /

verb -says, -saying or -said

(tr) to retract or withdraw (something said or written)
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