Etymology
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unsaid (adj.)

Old English unsæd, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of say (v.). Similar formation in Middle Dutch ongeseit, German ungesagt, Old Norse usagðr.

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Definitions of unsaid

unsaid (adj.)
not made explicit;
things left unsaid
Synonyms: unexpressed / unstated / unuttered / unverbalized / unverbalised / unvoiced / unspoken
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