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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Probably because Rubin is an executive producer of the miniseries, these charges go largely unmentioned. Judy Berman, Time, "Showtime's Extremely Authorized Rick Rubin Docuseries Shangri-La Is Flawed But Sublime," 9 July 2019 Existence of this classified appendix has gone virtually unmentioned in the media. Holman W. Jenkins, WSJ, "New Hope for the Truth of 2016?," 16 Nov. 2018 This year was a little different, though, because by the time Chris Harrison teased next week's finale, the biggest controversy surrounding Becca Kufrin's season was completely unmentioned. Jessica Radloff, Glamour, "Why Wasn't The Bachelorette's Lincoln Adim Mentioned During "Men Tell All"? Chris Harrison Explains," 30 July 2018 The latest evidence of that emerged in the indictment filed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller earlier this month, which described a previously unmentioned Russian state attack on cloud services used by the DNC. Sean Gallagher, Ars Technica, "Google launches “Shielded VMs” to protect cloud servers from rootkits, data theft," 25 July 2018 Also left unmentioned by Pruitt are innovations lowering the cost of wind and solar power production, which are eating into coal's share of the electricity market — though each still represent a faction of the power that natural gas generates. Dino Grandoni, Washington Post, "The Energy 202: Scott Pruitt praises emissions drop but still hasn't conceded climate change is real," 19 Apr. 2018 A few hours later after initial contact, the three unmentioned accounts were switched from public to private. Geoffrey C. Arnold, OregonLive.com, "Philadelphia 76ers investigating whether president Bryan Colangelo used fake Twitter accounts to criticize players: Report," 30 May 2018 Bowen, who has gone unmentioned in recent mock drafts, believes scouts have a good sense of his game. Orion Sang, Detroit Free Press, "Brian Bowen focusing on future, not past, at NBA draft combine," 17 May 2018 There are other references: the Bogart movie In a Lonely Place, about a Hollywood writer trying to keep the police from pinning a murder on him, and another noir classic best left unmentioned. Gary Thompson, Philly.com, "Kirke captains 'Gemini,' a nimble neo-noir," 4 Apr. 2018

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1545, in the meaning defined above

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