unhailed

unhailed

(ʌnˈheɪld)
adj
1. not acclaimed
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not saluted
3. not called
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Let us apply the weak nuclear force to our clothing with the objective of solidifying our full embodiment of eternal power and development, never displaying ourselves as if divided, unhailed, or unstable.
Merely to have her there for the honorary degree was seen by the Jesuit fathers as a large feather in the college's cap--a bit of plumage hard to go unhailed.
Among the pioneers who made the breakthrough was a young Welshman whose contribution still goes largely unhailed in his native country.
It is the author's very middle-aged recollection of a golden boy from Yale in the 50's who was twice the subject of major adulatory pieces in Life magazine, but who led a shadowed life that not only fell short of its glittering early promise but ended in a mostly unhailed suicide.
Many from that silent army of unhailed heroes and heroines have been honoured.
Yet, the savvy buildings professional knows that behind the facade, beneath carpeted floors, ensconced in a building's core, hidden and unhailed, lies an infrastructure that makes that building productive - for those who own it, manage it, and work within it.