unlistened

unlistened

(ʌnˈlɪsənd)
adj
archaic poetic not heard or listened to
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The numerous early warnings by the travelling public have been unheard or unlistened to for years, the council seems to be like the three animal ornaments - covered eyes, ears and mouths.
The result is Forgotify (www.forgotify.com), a site that will pick a random unlistened song for you to listen to.
"Members feel stressed and unlistened to, this is bound to havea an impact on sickness levels.
And we know that messages unlistened to, or unheeded, reappear as symptoms and pathology.
They are aware of the fragility certainly of the older members of our society who for many years were unlistened to, not believed and denied access to any form of justice.
Yet the symphonies die unlistened to, we have no Shakespeare or Dante nor notion why we might want them, and religious expression grows mute or crabbed and hostile.
Unrepentant Jess said: "I am deeply sorry for the confusion and hurt, but feel unlistened to.
We are creating more and more Others, whose stories remained unlistened to, whose voices are unheard, whose O therness is ever more untouchable.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday I worked late and came home to discover more messages (unlistened to) and the fact that there was little in life more dangerous than being alone with a tub of taramasalata and chocolates.