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Unheard, 1) not perceived by the ear: “the seaman's whistle is as a whisper in the ears of death, u.” Per. III, 1, 10.
2) not admitted to audience, not listened to: “that Marcius return me u.” Cor. V, 1, 43. “she shall not sue u.” Ant. III, 12, 24.
3) not learned, not received by communication: “let the worst u. fall on your head,” John IV, 2, 136.
4) unheard of, unprecedented: “this u. sauciness and boyish troops,” John V, 2, 133 (M. Edd. unhaired, in the sense of unbearded, in which the poet would hardly have used the word; cf. Hair and its derivatives).*
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