Etymology
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untold (adj.)

Old English unteald, "not counted or reckoned," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of tell (v.) in its original numerical sense. Similar formation in Middle Dutch ongetellet, German ungezahlt, Old Norse utaliðr. Meaning "not related or recounted" is recorded from late 14c.

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Definitions of untold

untold (adj.)
too much to be measured;
untold suffering
Synonyms: incalculable
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