unmentioned

adjective
un·​men·​tioned | \ ˌən-ˈmen(t)-shənd How to pronounce unmentioned (audio) \

Definition of unmentioned

: not spoken of or alluded to : not mentioned It should not go unmentioned that two of the last four county executives were former mayors of Yonkers.— Phil Reisman

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Recent Examples on the Web The individual who truly revolutionized antitrust policy under FDR wasn’t Jackson but his successor, Thurman Arnold, who took over the antitrust division in 1938 (and who goes unmentioned by Pryor). Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times, "Column: Biden could remake American society by reviving antitrust enforcement," 9 Apr. 2021 Finally, a major breakdown in market design went unmentioned in the report. Baker Institute, Forbes, "Let’s Mess With Texas’ Power Market—And Make It Stronger," 9 Apr. 2021 This is an aspect that’s largely gone unmentioned in the wider discussion of the PRO Act’s implications for freelancers. Alex Press, The New Republic, "Why Are Freelancers Organizing Against the PRO Act?," 26 Mar. 2021 Hygienic, as all the juicy, rapacious bits go unmentioned. Brian T. Allen, National Review, "The Best Museum in the World," 3 Oct. 2020 President Donald Trump ran away from his signature first-year accomplishment, the 2017 tax cut, which was unpopular and nearly unmentioned before Republicans took losses in the following year’s midterms. Jonathan Lemire, ajc, "Biden immediately begins selling virus aid plan to public," 10 Mar. 2021 On occasion, however, some blurt out a runner heretofore unmentioned, no doubt prompting a few viewers who rely on the analysts for gambling advice to angrily throw their TV remote at the screen. John Cherwa, Los Angeles Times, "Horse racing newsletter: Big day at Santa Anita," 6 Mar. 2021 The abuses of the Chinese Cultural Revolution highlighted by the 2003 framework, for example, now went unmentioned. Stanley Kurtz, Washington Examiner, "Democrats plot path to dominance," 25 Feb. 2021 Those works go unmentioned in the MasterClass videos. New York Times, "Can Jeff Koons Teach Me to Paint?," 27 Dec. 2020

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First Known Use of unmentioned

1545, in the meaning defined above

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“Unmentioned.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unmentioned. Accessed 7 May. 2021.

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