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Not revealed or made known publicly.‘the precise terms of the agreement remained undisclosed’
unrevealed, undivulged, untold, unspecified, secret, mysterious, dark, hidden, concealedView synonyms
- ‘Now it has been rescued following a management buyout for an undisclosed amount of money.’
- ‘Monthly pension and health care benefits were increased by an undisclosed amount.’
- ‘After the store closed, the men forced the several employees inside to open tills and hand over an undisclosed amount of cash.’
- ‘One of Scotland's leading management consultancies has been sold for an undisclosed sum in a management buyout.’
- ‘It was revealed the BBC paid her an undisclosed five-figure sum as compensation.’
- ‘Brown's Court of Session action was settled out of court for an undisclosed amount.’
- ‘In the office, a safe containing an undisclosed amount of money was forced open.’
- ‘Two men were arrested and 15 used printer cartridges and an undisclosed amount of ketamine seized.’
- ‘An undisclosed sum that could amount to millions of pounds has been found missing in the accounts of the stately home.’
- ‘The deal was due to be completed yesterday for an undisclosed amount.’
- ‘The thieves came during the night, broke into the safe and stole an undisclosed amount of cash.’
- ‘This follows the discovery of prototype devices during a raid on a safe house at an undisclosed location, the analyst said.’
- ‘Under the terms of the settlement, the commission agreed to issue an apology and pay an undisclosed amount of money.’
- ‘The extent of the deal is undisclosed, but there was an asking price of £300,000 for the freehold.’
- ‘Was it a smoke screen for some secret hitherto undisclosed strategy?’
- ‘Amanda is being treated for depression and also for an undisclosed illness she contracted on holiday last year.’
- ‘The suspect escaped with the woman's wallet containing an undisclosed amount of cash.’
- ‘They forced the owner to open the till and hand over an undisclosed amount of cash and cigarettes.’
- ‘He paid an undisclosed sum for it after a lively bidding session.’
- ‘It is also axing about 1,000 jobs in the US, and an undisclosed number in Europe.’
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