undiscussed

undiscussed

(ˌʌndɪsˈkʌst)
adj
not discussed, mentioned, or talked about
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While lower income-tax rates and higher excise-tax rates in the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law have been receiving much attention, the changes introduced for value-added tax (VAT) refunds have been left undiscussed.
It covers a relatively undiscussed topic in animation history: the numerous women artists who worked from the earliest days to bring animation from paper to screen.
He's a fixture in millions of homes and offices, utterly undiscussed but immediately recognizable around the world.
Jouve illustrates the importance of free speech to Glaspell's politics and poetics in her readings of Close the Book (1917) and Inheritors (1921) and in her interesting and original analysis of the largely undiscussed Free Laughter (1919).
Their stories illuminate previously undiscussed parts of Sendak's life.
In fact, nothing is left undiscussed and undebated under the Sun today.
Her work on notebooks and alba amicorum reveals impressive archival industry, bringing to light many hitherto unpublished and undiscussed sources.
Left undiscussed was whether the institution of science is adequately structured to promote human security.
And, MDA also developed the Saphire satellite, which monitors other countries' activities in space, a crucial, but largely undiscussed and unrecognized Canadian capability, during a period of increased militarization of this new frontier.
Cultivating the support of opinion leaders, surfacing undiscussed topics, placing people in supportive networks as needed.
Meanwhile, their leadership actions usually instigate major strategic, operational, political, and cultural change for everyone else with unconscious and undiscussed reactions.
As a result, its suggestions concerning controversial issues remained undiscussed, and the issues themselves remained open because their compromise solution was not developed.