unproclaimed

unproclaimed

(ˌʌnprəˈkleɪmd)
adj
not proclaimed or declared publicly
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There has been an unproclaimed and silent feud going on between Swift and Perry for years now.
You could sense that Obama had been dragged unwillingly into this new unproclaimed war.
History informs us that according to Adolf Luderitz this was unproclaimed land.
Brillantes said the five unproclaimed seats might remain vacant because more than a month after the 2013 automated midterm elections, some precincts have yet to submit their election results.
Which brings me to my last and greatest (and unproclaimed) error and to the reason I wrote this essay: I had no idea that the resistance to the new round of Jew-hatred would be so weak, nor how prominent a place those hatreds would achieve in a post-Holocaust public sphere that was, in principle, constructed on their exclusion.
She has been one of the loudest critics of the United States in the body, leaving no conspiracy theory unproclaimed.
Bill C-55 became Statute c.47 ("Chapter 47") and again remained on the books for some time unproclaimed. Chapter 47 is, in turn, is amended by Bill C-12, now Statute c.36.