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abeyant, concealed, contained, covert, idle, immature, implied, in abeyance, inactive, inert, inferential, inherent, inoperative, intrinsic, invisible, involved, lurking, passive, possible, potential, quiescent, rudimentary, secret, sleeping, smoldering, suppressed, suspended, tacit, torpid, underdeveloped, underlying, undeveloped, unexpressed, unrealized, unripe, unseen, veiled, vestigial, Inferred, unexposed, between the lines.
dormant, indolent, jobless, somnolent, torpid, out of service, quiescent, mothballed, on hold, do nothing, draggy, in holding pattern, low key.
dark, imperceptible, indiscernible, Obscured, camouflaged, concealed, covert, hidden, invisible, unapparent, unobservable.
buried, camouflaged, clandestine, concealed, covert, hidden, invisible, unapparent, undeveloped, unobservable, unrevealed, veiled, unexposed.
recessive, non-resistant, nonresistant, poker-faced, unassertive, unresisting, going through motions, hands off, laid back, non-violent, walking through it.
hypothetical, imaginable, within reach, doable, realizable, snapper, cincher, no sweat, can do.
incipient, unevolved, behindhand, unactualized.
inactive, possible, potential.
abeyant, contained, dormant, implied, in abeyance, inert, inferential, inherent, inoperative, intrinsic, lurking, passive, quiescent, sleeping, slumbering, suppressed, suspended, tacit, torpid, unconscious, underdeveloped, underlying, undeveloped, unexpressed, unrealized, Inferred, between the lines, escaping notice, in the making.
Examples of usage:
– Jewish Literature and Other Essays by Gustav Karpeles
– Autobiography of a YOGI by Paramhansa Yogananda
– The Gold of Chickaree by Susan Warner
– Francezka by Molly Elliot Seawell
– Letters of a Javanese Princess by Raden Adjeng Kartini Commentator: Louis Couperus