- 1(Of a person) not aware of the full facts: an unwitting accompliceMore example sentences
- I was no longer the poor unwitting victim of some innocent's stupidity; I had been selectively harvested and used as a disguise for an underhand trader.
- Every nation has its supply of people ready to exploit unwitting members of the public.
- On the one hand there are those who argue, quite plausibly, that legal and apparently innocent products can introduce nandrolone into the bodies of unwitting athletes.
- 2Not done on purpose; unintentional: we are anxious to rectify the unwitting mistakes made in the pastMore example sentences
- These were all blameless cases of unintentional and unwitting mental telegraphy, I judge.
- But what could other less reputable concerns do with such data captured inadvertently from unwitting Web sites?
- However, even if the IRB decide that his deception was unwitting, there appears to be no chance whatsoever that he will play for Scotland again.
- [sentence adverb]: quite unwittingly you played right into my hands that nightMore example sentences
- It is not beyond us to change the system so that mistakes are not made - even unwittingly.
- He, unwittingly, shows that he is perhaps not as dumb as people think.
- Often unwittingly, it plugs an ideology strikingly at odds with his personal commitment.
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- We can, he occasionally intimates, learn to enjoy our own unwittingness.
- It's like an initial second of unwittingness, and then gradual recognition of the familiarity.
- Through our own unwittingness we have become slaves to our own devices.