Definition of undisclosed in US English:

undisclosed

adjective

  • Not revealed or made known publicly.

    ‘an out-of-court settlement for an undisclosed amount’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘One of Scotland's leading management consultancies has been sold for an undisclosed sum in a management buyout.’
    • ‘Two men were arrested and 15 used printer cartridges and an undisclosed amount of ketamine seized.’
    • ‘In the office, a safe containing an undisclosed amount of money was forced open.’
    • ‘They forced the owner to open the till and hand over an undisclosed amount of cash and cigarettes.’
    • ‘The suspect escaped with the woman's wallet containing an undisclosed amount of cash.’
    • ‘Monthly pension and health care benefits were increased by an undisclosed amount.’
    • ‘He paid an undisclosed sum for it after a lively bidding session.’
    • ‘This follows the discovery of prototype devices during a raid on a safe house at an undisclosed location, the analyst said.’
    • ‘Brown's Court of Session action was settled out of court for an undisclosed amount.’
    • ‘The extent of the deal is undisclosed, but there was an asking price of £300,000 for the freehold.’
    • ‘It is also axing about 1,000 jobs in the US, and an undisclosed number in Europe.’
    • ‘Amanda is being treated for depression and also for an undisclosed illness she contracted on holiday last year.’
    • ‘It was revealed the BBC paid her an undisclosed five-figure sum as compensation.’
    • ‘The thieves came during the night, broke into the safe and stole an undisclosed amount of cash.’
    • ‘Under the terms of the settlement, the commission agreed to issue an apology and pay an undisclosed amount of money.’
    • ‘Was it a smoke screen for some secret hitherto undisclosed strategy?’
    • ‘Now it has been rescued following a management buyout for an undisclosed amount of money.’
    • ‘After the store closed, the men forced the several employees inside to open tills and hand over an undisclosed amount of cash.’
    unrevealed, undivulged, untold, unspecified, secret, mysterious, dark, hidden, concealed
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Pronunciation

undisclosed

/ˌəndɪsˈkloʊzd//ˌəndisˈklōzd/