verb (used with object), un·stat·ed, un·stat·ing.
- unstable angina,
Origin of unstate
Examples from the Web for unstated
The unstated goal, in those workshop stories, was to write a detailed story in which everything was implied and never stated.
Often there is an unstated understanding that the worst tendencies of North Korea used to be here in China and some still are.China's Coverage of North Korea Is Bizarrely Glowing|Dan Levin|December 22, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Unstated was why Khadr might be so angry at U.S. soldiers as to relish in the death of one of them.
On the other hand John Stow seems to have acquired, from some unstated source, an extraordinary prejudice against him.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II)|Charles Creighton
But then, for some unstated reason, Sunny was a privileged person on Suffering Creek.The Twins of Suffering Creek|Ridgwell Cullum
And more than this, it's a great inconvenience to me to give you these checks at unstated times.McTeague|Frank Norris
All obvious enough, but the Duke would never have slept quietly in his bed if he had left it unstated.
What unstated premises led to that conclusion we do not know.