unpronounced

unpronounced

(ˌʌnprəˈnaʊnst)
adj
1. not spoken or pronounced
2. not noticeable or distinct
References in classic literature ?
To speak with severe technicality, a ship or a fleet is "brought up" - the complementary words unpronounced and unwritten being, of course, "to an anchor." Less technically, but not less correctly, the word "anchored," with its characteristic appearance and resolute sound, ought to be good enough for the newspapers of the greatest maritime country in the world.
Jason Yang noted: 'Early symptoms of GIST are relatively unpronounced; as a result, some GIST patients are undiagnosed until advanced stages.
Thus, we will have a set of unpronounced - but conveyed and intended - utterances.
'Center' instead of 'centre', 'color' instead of 'colour' and many more cases of deleting the unpronounced vowels are just a few examples.
Because of the shadowy ambience at the beginning and the implied, yet unpronounced death at the end, it may take a while for the reader to digest and reflect on what happens.
* ISES (plural of is, that which is; in W3 unpronounced, but in BWE is=-es)
external Merge (what is merged with morphophonological material and what gets unpronounced (MOURA, 2005)) and internal Merge (the different height, in the hierarchies, that displacements target in distinct languages).
in this essay is called a "denuded definite description," a definite description with an unpronounced definite article.
The mechanisms of the theory are that the movement of an unpronounced pronoun mediates in establishing an anaphoric relation, and when such a movement induces a violation of locality condition, then the produced chain must be repaired by way of pronouncing the tail of the chain.
In the second experiment we used the function prefix [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], but in half of the stimuli, it preceded a content word beginning with a sun letter (which would result in its being unpronounced) and in half it preceded a moon letter, (which would result in its being pronounced).
Colette Guillaumin (1972) in her meticulous description of the way the French press classifies minorities pointed out how the minority is defined in society by its state of alterity in relation to the majority "I" pattern, even if such "I" or "ego" is left unpronounced. Therefore only majorities enjoy a certain freedom of selfdefinition.
In contrast, with several exceptions, axially oriented costal phytoliths primarily characterize the PACMAD clade and the BEP subfamily Pooideae (Table 1), though the degree of axial elongation is highly variable and can be relatively unpronounced. This distribution is highly sensitive to the optimization criteria that are employed, especially whether the BEP group represents a clade (i.e.