undiscerned

Related to undiscerned: indiscernible, averting, discernment, undiscerning

undiscerned

(ˌʌndɪˈsɜːnd)
adj
lacking discernment; not judged or distinguished
Translations

undiscerned

adj, undiscernedly
adv (form)unbemerkt
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Circumstances that might swell to half an hour's relation, and contained multiplied proofs to her who had seen them, had passed undiscerned by her who now heard them; but the two latest occurrences to be mentioned, the two of strongest promise to Harriet, were not without some degree of witness from Emma herself.
See, for example, Laurence Chaderton, An Excellent and Godly Sermon (London, 1578); Thomas Wilson, Saints by Calling: or Called to Be Saints, A Godly Treatise of Our Holy Calling to Christ, by the Gospell, With the Seuerall Gifts Proper Unto the Called: and Their Counterfeits in the Hypocrites Which are Not partakers of This Effectuall Calling ([London], 1620); Samuel Crook, Ta Diapheronta, or Divine Characters in Two Parts, Acutely Distinguishing the More Secret and Undiscerned Differences Between 1.
While big breakthroughs like Michael Dell selling computers via direct mail and Starbucks exploiting an undiscerned desire for great coffee served in a great place are legend, there are innumerable smaller examples from everyday business.
This idea is not as farfetched as it might seem, when one considers how the progression of elements is created in the stars--from hydrogen to helium to carbon all the way to magnesium, zinc, and iron, "through previously undiscerned displays of the virtuousity of stellar alchemy.
The very substance of these objects is contingent upon the periodicity of waves, of lepton, boson, hadron, and fermion, and the movement of subatomic particles yet undiscerned, a "particle zoo.
Is it because we, like Mundy, are forever caught in a world of appearances and dense, undiscerned realities?
Formerly unopened and undiscerned opportunities matching their desires were somehow "mysteriously" opened to them.
Writing of gay and lesbian audiences of popular television, Hilary Hinds argues that: 'used to relying on the subtleties of innuendo and veiled meanings, they read the texts through a specific set of codes apparently undiscerned by other audiences' (Hinds 65).
The cutter Providence, exploring the channel to the south of Erub, was outpaced to windward by four Erubam outrigger canoes, whose warriors first offered up green coconuts for exchange (perhaps an undiscerned insult), before attacking with bows and arrows.
For example, a music teacher or critic can draw our attention to a previously undiscerned tone; an artist or critic can help us detect a slight modulation of light or colour in our visual fields.