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unexpressed

(ŭn′ĭk-sprĕst′)
adj.
1. Not stated or conveyed: an unexpressed truth; unexpressed rage.
2. Genetics Not producing an effect or phenotype: an unexpressed gene; an unexpressed trait.
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Both doctrines originated in a legal discourse that assumed the existence of an unexpressed legislative intent that judges could discover.
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Toward the end of the segment, however, he seems to grow uneasy, particularly after Mayer brings out a doll to which one can direct previously unexpressed sentiments toward one's mother.
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No thought is left unexpressed by Leonardo DiCaprio's lead character.
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Sometimes a bad mood is merely overwhelm unexpressed. Little things we've put off doing often add up to major stress.
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