undiscussed

undiscussed

(ˌʌndɪsˈkʌst)
adj
not discussed, mentioned, or talked about
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It moves on speaking of some harsh, undiscussed truths prevailing in the society.
Yet all this remains undiscussed and unreported because of the shame factor.
The Senate President said that some of the amendments had actually been inserted before Congress went on break for the 2019 midterm election's campaign period, but there are still undiscussed amendments from two minority senators.
This type of visit may uncover undiscussed internal challenges related to legacy product redesign, test development, unusual higher-level assembly requirements or other needs.
Most people who take an interest in politics find it immensely frustrating that the Brexit saga dominates everything, leaving other highly important issues undiscussed and on the sidelines.
As debates rage over what characters should appear on screen, and who should portray them, disabilities have largely remained undiscussed. Meanwhile, conversations concerning on-screen representations involving gender, race and sexual orientation have gained so much traction in recent years, A-listers have abandoned roles in response to online outrage.
"I think while many Americans understand on a conceptual basis the government shutdown will affect them, the size of the economic impact has gone largely undiscussed," Rosen said.
Atallah does not work specifically with women who have had or plan to get surgery, but she spends much of her time outside the office talking to the public about sex and Lebanon's undiscussed body parts.
A recent World Bank research has brought to light important yet undiscussed aspects underlying the problem of stunting.
Wang's important Thinking Its Presence: Form, Race, and Subjectivity in Contemporary Asian American Poetry (2013), a subject which otherwise goes undiscussed. When Sheppard claims that, in Hilson's writing, "forms are made even with mistakes and conventionally bad lines," I did begin to wonder what doesn't pass as a formal act, or transformation, in his particular crop of innovative poets.