undiscussed

adjective
un·​dis·​cussed | \ˌən-di-ˈskəst \

Definition of undiscussed 

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

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But what has remained largely undiscussed is the plant’s potential to aid in athletic performance. Justin Kirkland, Esquire, "How (the Right Strain of) Weed Can Help Your Workout," 14 Dec. 2017 Now, what about the unnamed, previously undiscussed officers who were there while Paddock was shooting, from 10:05 to 10:15 p.m.? Tom Jackman, Washington Post, "Mandalay Bay says four armed officers were on the 32nd floor as the Las Vegas shooter attacked. Should they have acted?," 1 Nov. 2017 The two main contenders, conservative incumbent Angela Merkel and social democrat Martin Schulz, held only one TV debate, in which many of the key issues went undiscussed. Rick Noack, Washington Post, "Here’s why you should pay attention to this weekend’s German election," 23 Sep. 2017 Undiscussed and unmentioned on the main dais last month at American media days, if whispered off stage, is how the league’s Power Six movement sets the American on a collision course with the Mountain West. Paul Myerberg, USA TODAY, "College football 2017: American Athletic Conference preview," 15 Aug. 2017 Ghazali’s school in North Sumatra is supported by counterterrorism officials but is only a small dent in a largely undiscussed problem. Washington Post, "Islamic school seeks to steer sons of militants to new path," 1 Aug. 2017 All of the band members’ solo recordings, many of which made it into the main repertoire, go undiscussed. Jordan Hoffman, HWD, "Long Strange Trip," 26 Jan. 2017 All of the band members’ solo recordings, many of which made it into the main repertoire, go undiscussed. Jordan Hoffman, vanityfair.com, "Long Strange Trip," 26 Jan. 2017

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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