Definition of unprovoked in English:

unprovoked

Line breaks: un|pro¦voked
Pronunciation: /ʌnprəˈvəʊkt
 
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adjective

Carried out, occurring, or acting without direct provocation: an unprovoked attack on an innocent man
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  • Once again we have seen a totally unprovoked and malicious attack carried out on impulse.
  • The boys' parents are alleged to have carried out the unprovoked assault.
  • We insist that those responsible for conspiring to wage unprovoked wars and carry out illegal coups must be tried for war crimes.

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