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unheard

adjective un·heard \-ˈhərd\

: not given attention

: not heard or listened to

Full Definition of UNHEARD

1
a :  not perceived by the ear
b :  not given a hearing
2
archaic :  unheard-of
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Examples of UNHEARD

  1. Their cries for help were unheard.

First Known Use of UNHEARD

14th century
UNHEARD Defined for Kids

unheard

adjective un·heard \ˌən-ˈhərd\

Definition of UNHEARD for Kids

:  not heard <I followed as softly as I could, and coming unheard into the kitchen, stood and watched him. — Robert Louis Stevenson, Kidnapped>

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