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unspoken

[ uhn-spoh-kuhn ]
/ ʌnˈspoʊ kən /
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adjective
implied or understood without being spoken or uttered.
not addressed (usually followed by to).
not talking; silent.
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Origin of unspoken

First recorded in 1325–75, unspoken is from the Middle English word unspokyn.See un-1, spoken
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British Dictionary definitions for unspoken

unspoken
/ (ʌnˈspəʊkən) /

adjective
understood without needing to be spoken; tacit
not uttered aloud
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