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unsought

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsɔːt
 
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Definition of unsought in English:

adjective

Not searched for, requested, or desired: an unsought pregnancy
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  • More often, however, the spread of Italian music was haphazard, depending on chance meetings and unsought opportunities.
  • Though dementia may seem to be an attack on the self, it has brought to Peter an unsought and unexpected discovery of self.
  • Unexpected and unsought, the sensation of awe has aroused fear as well as fascination among viewers.

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