unspeak

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un·speak

 (ŭn-spēk′)
tr.v. un·spoke (-spōk′), un·spo·ken (-spō′kən), un·speak·ing, un·speaks
To retract (something spoken); unsay.

unspeak

(ʌnˈspiːk)
vb, -speaks, -speaking, -spoke or -spoken
an obsolete word for unsay

unspeak


Past participle: unspoken
Gerund: unspeaking

Imperative
unspeak
unspeak
Present
I unspeak
you unspeak
he/she/it unspeaks
we unspeak
you unspeak
they unspeak
Preterite
I unspoke
you unspoke
he/she/it unspoke
we unspoke
you unspoke
they unspoke
Present Continuous
I am unspeaking
you are unspeaking
he/she/it is unspeaking
we are unspeaking
you are unspeaking
they are unspeaking
Present Perfect
I have unspoken
you have unspoken
he/she/it has unspoken
we have unspoken
you have unspoken
they have unspoken
Past Continuous
I was unspeaking
you were unspeaking
he/she/it was unspeaking
we were unspeaking
you were unspeaking
they were unspeaking
Past Perfect
I had unspoken
you had unspoken
he/she/it had unspoken
we had unspoken
you had unspoken
they had unspoken
Future
I will unspeak
you will unspeak
he/she/it will unspeak
we will unspeak
you will unspeak
they will unspeak
Future Perfect
I will have unspoken
you will have unspoken
he/she/it will have unspoken
we will have unspoken
you will have unspoken
they will have unspoken
Future Continuous
I will be unspeaking
you will be unspeaking
he/she/it will be unspeaking
we will be unspeaking
you will be unspeaking
they will be unspeaking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unspeaking
you have been unspeaking
he/she/it has been unspeaking
we have been unspeaking
you have been unspeaking
they have been unspeaking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unspeaking
you will have been unspeaking
he/she/it will have been unspeaking
we will have been unspeaking
you will have been unspeaking
they will have been unspeaking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unspeaking
you had been unspeaking
he/she/it had been unspeaking
we had been unspeaking
you had been unspeaking
they had been unspeaking
Conditional
I would unspeak
you would unspeak
he/she/it would unspeak
we would unspeak
you would unspeak
they would unspeak
Past Conditional
I would have unspoken
you would have unspoken
he/she/it would have unspoken
we would have unspoken
you would have unspoken
they would have unspoken
References in periodicals archive ?
British journalist Poole has coined the word "unspeak" to refer to a type of political language that, unlike Orwell's "newspeak," which aims at stripping language of meaning, or the more prosaic "doublespeak," which Poole equates with simple lying, instead seeks to invest language with pre-packaged or unspoken meaning that precludes the possibility of opposing points of view, in other words, it "unspeaks" debate.
Unspeak; how words become weapons, how weapons become a message, and how that message becomes reality.