Definitions for Untold
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of an incalculable amount
Not told; not related; not revealed.
Not numbered or counted.
Etymology: From unteald, from tellan
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Better a thousand such as I,
Their grief untold, should pine and die;
Than her bright morning, overcast
With sullen clouds, should be defac’d. Edmund Waller.
Characters where obscene words are very indecent to be heard: for that reason, such a tale shall be left untold by me. Dryden.
Untold refers to something that has not been revealed, expressed, or described; not made known or communicated. It can also mean immeasurable or incalculable, referring to an amount or quantity too large, extensive or numerous to be counted or measured.
not told; not related; not revealed; as, untold secrets
not numbered or counted; as, untold money
In 2003, Pete Francis released Untold, an album that looked into Pete's rock side more than So They Say had. Untold featured tracks like Burning the River, which was originally written for Dispatch, but stirred argument from the drummer/vocalist Brad Corrigan. Tracks range from a general rock feel to reggae and acoustic.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
un-tōld′, adj. not told or related: not counted or capable of being counted.
The numerical value of Untold in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of Untold in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
I put a lot of hard work and effort into researching every area of Erbstein's life, it was an untold, or forgotten life story, so I took my research very seriously and it was incredibly rewarding to uncover so much exciting material.
There is no agony like bearing an untold story inside of you.
Like the number of apples Contained within a single apple seed Each opportunity that we seize Contains an untold number of benefits.
Due to the policy of Vladimir Putin, a country with unparalleled potential is sinking, an economy which accumulated untold currency reserves is collapsing.
Japan's support for new coal-fired power plants not only destroys the climate it also displaces communities, is likely to cause untold local environmental damage, and primarily benefits Japanese companies instead of recipient countries, this is unacceptable on its own, and the fact that it is being done in the name of 'climate finance' makes a farce of the entire concept.
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