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adjective as in silent

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It's no longer unusual, or unheard of, for TV ads to start running 22 months ahead of an election.

Sure, it’s not unheard of for presidents or governors to pardon someone who didn’t deserve it.

While that isn’t unheard of with government grants, it can be an added hardship for small businesses that struggle to stay afloat or don’t have access to loans.

Still, it’s not unheard of for metropolises to provide their own power.

Rolling around in poop isn’t unheard of among animals — consider the dog.

After decades of violence, flights to Kisangani are unpredictable and Western tourists are virtually unheard of.

The stories of LGBT people around the world are rich, diverse, and often unheard.

“It feels good to have somebody to talk to and understand what I am actually feeling,” he says to an unheard volunteer.

Pillay used the 747 to deliver creature comforts, particularly for business travelers, that were previously unheard of.

“For women to meet with elected officials like this is almost unheard of [in Afghanistan],” said Barsa.

But for our village to number among its people a man whose whole history and whose family history was not known was unheard of.

Life is packed with little unheard of dramas of precisely the same sort—the eternal duet of sex; nothing else keeps it going.

This unheard-of despotism, this horrible political perjury, was certainly not merited by the good and generous Brazil.

Graft among British policemen is unknown and bribery altogether unheard of.

Not only so, but the private charities of these popular favourites are immense, and quite unheard of by the public.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unheard, such as: inaudible, hushed, muffled, mum, mute, and noiseless.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.