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untold

adjective uk   /ʌnˈtəʊld/ us    /-ˈtoʊld/ /ˈʌn.təʊld/
so great in amount or level that it can not be measured or expressed in words: untold riches Words alone cannot convey the untold misery endured by people in these refugee camps.
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