unrecounted

unrecounted

(ˌʌnrɪˈkaʊntɪd)
adj
not recounted, recited, or told
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Angels of Vision in Sebald's ziffer Nature and Unrecounted.
Not surprisingly, perhaps, Galbraith has chosen to omit all of the previously published poems from For Years Now (2001) and those in Michael Hamburger's translations, After Nature (2002) and Unrecounted (2004).
Draped in the tattered flag of the vagabond which had met with the fury and the chemistry of time and unrecorded distance, from sun-blasted and moon-swollen travel, he for the unrecounted instance had emerged from darkness into another strange prison of stone and imprisoned light.
Voters living in the unrecounted (and more Republican) precincts of Miami-Dade did not have their ballots manually reexamined, while those living in the recounted (and more Democratic) precincts did.
The historical record of slave patrols, stretching from the mid-sixteenth century to the post-Reconstruction night terrors of the Ku Klux Klan, is wide and deep and, until now, largely unrecounted.
The fact that Pretty-shield appears to be uncomfortable in recounting her vision, and that most of her stories are about accidents and humorous events, leads this reader to wonder if the unrecounted details of her life as a medicine woman from a prestigious clan within the Crow nation would not provide a very different sort of narrative.
I had to render this with a word as unusual in English, unrecounted, because the more familiar word untold is not only ambiguous but has the primary sense of countless or measureless.