undiscussed

adjective

un·​dis·​cussed ˌən-di-ˈskəst How to pronounce undiscussed (audio)
: not talked about : not discussed
important issues often left undiscussed

Examples of undiscussed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web While consumer sentiment has been down across the board since the pandemic began, our analysis also shows that a notable, yet undiscussed, aspect of the vibecession conversation was a substantial narrowing of the gender gap between how men and women feel about the economy. Katherine Gallagher Robbins, Fortune, 13 Mar. 2024 Even if everything seems rosy right now, an undiscussed financial situation could lead to issues down the road. Becca Stanek, The Week, 26 July 2023 The pro-Brexit campaign tossed out promises with drunken abandon—suggesting, for example, that the country would get back 350 million pounds per week to spend on its National Health Service—while the relationship between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland went completely undiscussed. Henry Farrell, Foreign Affairs, 20 Nov. 2018 And yet, the topic largely remains undiscussed, relegated to euphemism, hushed tones, and complex semantics. Hanna Krueger, BostonGlobe.com, 17 May 2023 Setting off, her purse, money and tickets are stolen; she is lent train fare by Peggy Scott (Denée Benton), a Black woman from Brooklyn whose business in Doylestown, Pa., is left an undiscussed mystery through the five episodes (of nine) out for review. Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles Times, 24 Jan. 2022 The potential problems often go undiscussed. New York Times, 17 Nov. 2020 The practice is normally kept behind locked bathroom doors and left politely undiscussed. Mikhail Klimentov, Washington Post, 15 Nov. 2022 However, the big caveat that largely goes undiscussed is that the vast majority of new roles created were part-time, in the services industries and many people juggled several different gigs. Jack Kelly, Forbes, 14 Feb. 2023

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Word History

First Known Use

14th century, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of undiscussed was in the 14th century

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“Undiscussed.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/undiscussed. Accessed 13 Jul. 2024.

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