undiscussed

adjective
un·​dis·​cussed | \ ˌən-di-ˈskəst How to pronounce undiscussed (audio) \

Definition of undiscussed

: not talked about : not discussed important issues often left undiscussed

Examples of undiscussed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The inner workings of its ad campaigns, membership drives, back-room arm-twisting and pressure from both the right (Gun Owners of America) and the left (Moms Demand Action) go largely undiscussed. Robert Draper, New York Times, "How the N.R.A. Became ‘the Most Feared Lobbying Force in America’," 1 May 2020 Largely undiscussed were the greater challenges facing workers who have no choice but to leave home to do their jobs—factory workers, maintenance workers, restaurant and retail staff, transportation workers, and so on. David Meyer, Fortune, "CEOs’ workplace revival plans don’t rely on governments," 22 Apr. 2020 The family business went undiscussed at home for years; even though the curtain has since been drawn, Karen and Barry still compartmentalize. Teo Bugbee, New York Times, "‘Circus of Books’ Review: A Community Takes Pride in Its Porn Store," 22 Apr. 2020 One of Graham's first post-baby Instagram posts talked about what typically remains undiscussed with new mothers: wearing diapers. Rachel Epstein, Marie Claire, "Ashley Graham's Stretch Mark and Breastfeeding Photos Are Important," 18 Feb. 2020 That marks the fourth consecutive debate where the topic went undiscussed. Matt Ford, The New Republic, "Are the Democrats Even Worried About Voter Suppression?," 16 Oct. 2019 Regardless, for all the discussion spawned by Trump’s tariffs on Chinese products, its big-picture ramifications remain undiscussed. Benjamin Studebaker, The New Republic, "The Real Stakes of Trump’s Trade War With China," 27 Aug. 2019 Back then, smoking was allowed pretty much anywhere, and the negative effects of cigarettes were still, largely, undiscussed. Marcie Merriman, Quartz at Work, "Will tech addiction mean the rise or demise of the Gen Z workforce?," 22 Aug. 2019 Equifax, which also recently settled with FTC, and Capital One, which recently announced its own record data breach, also went undiscussed. Cat Zakrzewski, Washington Post, "The Technology 202: Did Andrew Yang succeed in stoking a debate on AI and universal basic income?," 1 Aug. 2019

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First Known Use of undiscussed

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Undiscussed.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/undiscussed. Accessed 4 Aug. 2020.

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