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conveyed indirectly without words or speech

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And always was Martin's maddening and unuttered demand: Why didn't you feed me then?
to wake up with our unstilled thirst upon us, with our unuttered curses rising to our lips, with our muscles ready to act out their half-committed sins?
Half a dozen times Saxon found herself on the verge of the remark, "What's on your mind?" but each time let it remain unuttered. She sat very close to him.
For no reason but the hope that one day we will know the beauty of unloved things, stoop to accept our unuttered thanks.
But for the candidate to shout in public how his campaigner has fooled Kris Aquino and Salvador sort of admitting it through his unuttered answer and body language, we can be certain that some of those in the audience and those who have seen the skit and heard the dialogue on television, may have second thoughts on supporting Go but also the rest of the Hugpong-endorsed bets.
Slight Exaggeration announces itself playfully, in a faithful translation of the Polish opening: "I won't tell all regardless." "I tak wszystkiego nie opowiem" answers an unuttered promise to tell more, presumably, than we have already got--but even so ("I tak"), this will be no tell-all confession.
The unuttered conclusion of the retired army chief's address is that the strategy being deployed by security operatives is a prognosis for failure.
However, she further explained how each of them was nonetheless consistent with the Assessment Review Board's unuttered interpretation.
In the notes for a lecture he delivered in 1902, Mackintosh himself wrote (under the heading 'unuttered utterances'), 'Let us look upon the result of the world's artistic achievements as the beginning of the morning of our lives--not the grave of our aspirations, the death knell of our ambitions.' There is truth in both interpretations.
From the analyst's perspective, the difficulty resides in imputing the speaker the intention of those unuttered parts.
They can get meaning of some unuttered messages through the tone of voice, and observing facial expressions, postures and movements of extremities.
So also are the creeds, the dogmas, the songs, the prayers, the rituals, the vestments, the stained glass windows, the sermons, and the unuttered hopes of church and synagogue that have emerged consistently over the centuries, even when repressed.
These unuttered sentiments haunt Coverdale, who longs, as he does at various points in the novel, to provoke responses unmediated by self-restraint.
Although Nealon seems to be avoiding the term utopia, it seems evident that there is an unuttered utopian element in this strong, productive power of the false: it is an attempt to think a different truth, to represent the unimaginable that lies, as Jameson puts it, "beyond the horizon of our globalized system" ("The Aesthetics" 121).
The poet whose dramatic monologues taught nineteenth-century readers that character and tone were found as much between the lines as in them might well have been drawn to dramatic speeches that tell everything and yet remain, to their intended auditor, almost as if unuttered. The lady-page's speech is never misunderstood by the knight as far as its content.