undivulged

undivulged

(ˌʌndaɪˈvʌldʒd)
adj
not divulged; not told or revealed
References in classic literature ?
And Billy resolutely kept undivulged the cut in wages.
It were in vain longer to conceal from you, Tony, that between myself and one of the members of a swan-like aristocracy whom I now hold in my hand, there has been undivulged communication and association.
The administrative procedures for renewable energy projects up to 1MW will be simplified via a few, undivulged, changes to the country's renewable energy law by the end of this year, Chahed stated, adding that Tunisia aims to install 4.7 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030, as part of its renewable energy strategy.
The administrative procedures for renewable energy projects up to 1 MW will be simplified via a few, undivulged, changes to the country's renewable energy law by the end of this year, stated Chahed.
Last year it emerged that solicitor and former disciplinary panel chairman Matthew Lohn undertook additional and undivulged work for the BHA while also serving on its independent panel, creating a perception of bias that led to two convictions - those of Jim Best and Paul Gilligan - being sent for rehearings and seven others being identified as potentially unsound.
misconduct is caused by an undivulged psychiatric condition.").
Rossetti reminisced, "Her inner personality did not float upon the surface of her speech or bearing, to me it remained, if not strictly enigmatic, still mainly undivulged" (Cherry and Pollock, p.
The reader, who is becoming one of the "chosen few," cannot help but fill in his own explanations for what transpires in these "undivulged" places, just as Sade has prepared him to do throughout the long novel.
7,664) ("A limited publication of it is an act which communicates a knowledge of the contents to a select few, upon conditions expressly or impliedly precluding its rightful ulterior communication, except in restricted private intercourse."); Ginsburg, supra note 7, at 323 ("'Unpublished,' however, did not mean unexploited or undivulged. Public performance of a work did not 'publish' it, and therefore did not subject it to formalities, even if the performed work had been widely seen.
British buyout firm Bridgepoint Development Capital (BDC) said Friday it will take over together with the management French pasta fast food chain Mezzo di Pasta for an undivulged price.
There are things about all of us which we'd prefer remained undivulged; surely nobody is so whiter than white that they have nothing better left hidden?