unfelt

adjective
un·​felt | \ ˌən-ˈfelt How to pronounce unfelt (audio) \

Definition of unfelt

: not experienced or perceived : not felt A man should be master in his own house, but he should make his mastery palatable, equitable, smooth, soft to the touch, a thing almost unfelt.— Anthony Trollope

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Many smaller undamaging and unfelt events take place in northern and southern Cascadia every year. The Conversation, oregonlive.com, "Earthquake risk along NW coast is not the same for all areas," 8 July 2019

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First Known Use of unfelt

circa 1586, in the meaning defined above

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