- not told; not related; not revealed: untold thoughts.
- not numbered or enumerated; uncounted: She used untold sheets of paper in writing the book.
- inexpressible; incalculable: untold suffering.
Origin of untold
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Examples from the Web for untold
The World of Ice Fire: The Untold History of Westeros and The Game of ThronesGeorge R.R. Martin, Elio M. Garcia Jr.The Best Gift Books of 2014
December 12, 2014
As a gay man, Mann was interested in telling an untold piece of gay history; but as a historian he was even more fascinated.How to Get Away With a Hollywood Murder
October 10, 2014
This state-sanctioned discrimination has forced an untold number of LGBT in the shadows for fear of persecution.Lesbian Brit Kidnapped to Be ‘Cured’ in Congo
August 29, 2014
An untold number of gay Iranians, like Ali, tire of the harassment, fear and hiding, and leave Iran permanently.A Maple Syrup Mecca for Iran’s Gays
August 10, 2014
Not to mention the untold number of families who hover just one medical crisis or job loss away from financial ruin.Is There a Ma Joad for the Piketty Era?
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In that insistence lay her ultimate compensation for untold misery.Within the Law
Have you lost even that virtue, which served you as a cloak for untold vices?The Trampling of the Lilies
This is the kind of teaching which has paralyzed China for untold generations.Rural Life and the Rural School
She had done the deed now, and had married the man with the untold secret in her heart.Kept in the Dark
True, it had a reference of untold value and power to the seen and present.Messages from the Epistle to the Hebrews
Handley C.G. Moule
- incapable of description or expressionuntold suffering
- incalculably great in number or quantityuntold thousands
- not told
Word Origin and History for untold
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper