Untalked

Un`talked´


a.1.Not talked; not mentioned; - often with of.
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JULIET: Spread thy close curtain, love-performing night, That runaways' eyes may wink, and Romeo Leap to these arms, untalked of and unseen.
it's probably almost untalked about compared to the severity that we're witnessing" (remarks and video).
Indeed the play is full of moments where just such a self-recognition is made possible, moments where the young characters, 'bescreened in night' (2.1.93), 'untalked of and unseen' (3.2.5-7), try to make sense of who they are becoming.
Isaac: When people talk about limiting CO2 [emissions] in the developed world, one thing that kind of goes untalked about is the impact that will have on the developing world.
"(Those on incapacity benefits) have been unchecked and untalked to for years and years, and if they carry on like that they will be there for the rest of their lives," he said.
I MUST congratulate Martin O'Neill for pulling off one of the best bits of business at Villa that seems to have gone relatively untalked about - swapping a moody forward in Baros, who only played in fits and starts, with the brilliant big John Carew.
That's spawned a rash of magazines probing previously untalked about 'men's things' which let's face it, can't be bad.