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

Examples of unmentioned in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web If more cuts are needed, Uber's self-driving unit, unmentioned in association with the latest cuts, could be a potential target, said White of D.A. Davidson. Danielle Abril, Fortune, "Uber’s new plan: Slim down to get ahead," 18 May 2020 Head cheese is available at the Fifth Avenue address but unmentioned on the menu, because Ms. Wong was concerned that the term would confuse some customers. Ligaya Mishan, New York Times, "Banh Mi That Travels the World at JoJu," 13 Feb. 2020 Tejanas and their children have largely gone unmentioned, though there were far more of them. Elaine Ayala, ExpressNews.com, "Ayala: Tejano independence has been a story about the ‘commission of omission’," 3 Mar. 2020 But that part of history went unmentioned for decades in classrooms across the state. Christina Maxouris, CNN, "The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre will soon be a part of the curriculum for Oklahoma schools," 20 Feb. 2020 The question for those reanalyzing the data is whether dozens of papers on the trials’ outcomes painted a complete picture, and what details may have gone unmentioned about the drugs’ effects. Jennifer Couzin-frankel, Science | AAAS, "Reanalyzing drug trials in depression, chronic pain aims to unearth new data," 23 Oct. 2019 What went unmentioned in the article is the fact that state imprisonment rates do not correlate in any meaningful way with drug use and overdose deaths; other studies have shown that incarceration itself is actually a driver of overdose deaths. Zachary Siegel, The New Republic, "How the Drug War Blob Took Over The Washington Post," 10 Oct. 2019 But there’s another Gen X candidate, unmentioned by Beinart, who’s run away from past successes: Andrew Yang. Howard Husock, National Review, "Andrew Yang Shouldn’t Retreat from His Past Success in Revitalizing Depressed Cities," 4 Oct. 2019 The show introduced Sasha, president Kirkman’s (previously unmentioned) sister-in-law, who is transgender. Matthew De Silva, Quartzy, "“Designated Survivor” was the political drama conservatives needed to watch," 8 Aug. 2019

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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 6 Jun. 2020.

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