adjective un·told \ˌən-ˈtōld\

: not told or made public

: too many to count or too much to measure

Full Definition of UNTOLD

a :  not told or related
b :  kept secret
:  too great or numerous to count :  incalculable, vast

Examples of UNTOLD

  1. His is a story yet untold.
  2. <untold generations have lived and died in this ancient land>

First Known Use of UNTOLD

14th century


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