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unvoiced

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The truth regarding this man's unvoiced feelings and of the patriarchy in general is revealed in the clipped comments of Lady Catherine De Bourgh: "'Daughters are never of so much consequence to a father'" (211).
Mani each of the five chapters features the speech of one person in an extended dramatic dialogue with another; the questions and answers of the other person are unvoiced but inferred; furthermore, the whole of each "half dialogue" is introduced and followed by several pages of biographical and historical background supplied with a tone of factual discursive detachment.
29) Beneath her sealed lips lurked teeth, and their mordant reality seems to have provoked in moralists an unvoiced fear of predation.
They dared those sealed within the cool terror of domesticity to break free and to engage the raw immediate implied by the unmarked road (Kerouac's "charging, restless mute unvoiced road keening in a seizure of tarpaulin power"), there to touch not only unsuspected energies of the neglected soul but as well the vast telluric forces that beat unacknowledged within the natural environment.
Wilde's modernism, of course, "was experimenting with the literary uses of the unvoiced vice" (23), a technique most clearly evidenced in The Picture of Dorian Gray.
Moreover, the middle radicals are also related in that both are unvoiced palatal fricatives.
What we are then given is not simply what we have known before, however, but some inflection of light, some wing of shadow, something unvoiced, on the strength of which it is possible and necessary to proceed.
There tends to be an unvoiced assumption that, if litigation is forthcoming, it should be processed using the RLR model.
These are violations of values - often unwritten and unvoiced.
All I could really do was blink my eyes and murmur an unvoiced "hum".
And then, look, some inflection of light, some wing of shadow is other, unvoiced.
Patients' suspicions of Alzheimer's often go unvoiced and tragically persist.