Definition of unsuspecting in English:

unsuspecting

Line breaks: un|sus¦pect¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnsəˈspɛktɪŋ
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unsuspectingly

adverb
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  • Your chosen lecturer will innocently and unsuspectingly assume that the constant attention they are receiving from you is due to your love for learning or perhaps that you have ADD.
  • They unsuspectingly bestowed impunity upon me.
  • There are the capricious gusts of sea wind that sweep in unsuspectingly, the cunning bunkers, the enigmatic kicks and bounces, the blatantly tormenting results.

unsuspectingness

noun
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  • There is everywhere a fearful indifference to the things of God, everywhere an unconsciousness of His vicinity, an unsuspectingness that His marvellous interference was so near at hand.
  • Are they driven by intrepidity, by unsuspectingness, or by some kind of vague hope?
  • But you will acknowledge that the charming unsuspectingness of our friend has sometimes laid him open to attacks.

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