unspoken


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I tried to frame some words of sympathy; but they seemed poor and cold, and I left them unspoken.
Neath the willows by the stream; Would the heart have kept unspoken Love that was its rarest dream!
This unspoken converging of minds, equivocal though it was on Martin's part, resulted gradually in a more friendly period.
All my unspoken instincts, my vague suspicions, suddenly took shape and centred upon the naturalist.
No, I haven't caught anything," he remarked, calmly, as if answering an unspoken query.
You remember," said he, "that some little time ago, when I read you the passage in one of Poe's sketches, in which a close reasoner follows the unspoken thought of his companion, you were inclined to treat the matter as a mere tour de force of the author.
And as in her case thoughts never remained unspoken long, she burst out with: "You're tired of Windy Corner.
As the thoats are guided by telepathic means alone, there is no need for rein or bridle, and so our object now was to find two that would obey our unspoken commands.
That speechless tongue, those prisoned features, that heart so freighted with unspoken troubles, and that breast so oppressed with its piteous secret had been here.
There lies the unspoken thing, present, omnipresent.
However, it was impossible to avoid remarking that there was some sense of oppression in the household--something unspoken, but felt; something strained.
The spoken word is silver but the unspoken is golden.