Definition of unforetold in English:

unforetold

Line breaks: un|fore¦told
Pronunciation: /ʌnfɔːˈtəʊld
 
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adjective

literary
Not foretold; unpredicted: poetry is always being created anew by unforetold hands and voices
More example sentences
  • The late Nobel laureate Ilya Prigogine has demonstrated that creativity in nature leads, through infinite bifurcations or decision points, to an unforetold plurality of possibilities, not a predestined fate for man or molecule.
  • Is it a time that has abandoned the idea of universal clock-like causality and accepts instead an unforetold plurality of possibilities?
  • If the sun rose on the political campaign profession in the past 20 years, it'll reach unforetold heights in the next 20.

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