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Definition of undiscussed

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

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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 For all this precision, however, other aspects of the operation—call them the factory-floor aspects—went undiscussed. Siddhartha Mukherjee, The New Yorker, "The Promise and Price of Cellular Therapies," 15 July 2019 Another threat commonly cited by experts — advanced artificial intelligence — went undiscussed by the candidates, which was a bit surprising. Sigal Samuel, Vox, "The biggest threat facing the US, according to the first Democratic debate," 27 June 2019 And her openness about late-onset postpartum depression has helped shed light on an issue that too often goes undiscussed. Jessica Pressler, Glamour, "Chrissy Teigen Is the Unofficial Voice of Generation Fed Up," 1 Nov. 2018 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

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First Known Use of undiscussed

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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