Definition of 'unspoken'
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The two of us had reached an unspoken agreement. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Many couples have an unspoken agreement that defines their physical relationship. The Sun (2016)By unspoken agreement we have an early night. The Sun (2010)We just got good and tight, and had this unspoken musical understanding. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We nodded in unspoken understanding. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Which led to the unspoken thought that desire was alluring, and core to our beings, but also deadly. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Did these changes slightly confirm their worst but unspoken fears, I ask. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'unspoken'
British English: unspoken ADJECTIVE
If your thoughts, wishes, or feelings are unspoken, you do not speak about them.
His face was expressionless, but she felt the unspoken criticism.
Definition of unspoken from the Collins English Dictionary
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