- 1Not known or thought to exist or be present; not imagined possible: the actor displays an unsuspected talent for comedyMore example sentences
- By such an approach we may not only move astrology forward, but astrology may become a means of leading human thought along new paths, by disclosing interrelationships which are at present unsuspected.
- What he suggested in 1859 was that several previously unsuspected small planets existed, orbiting closer to the Sun than Mercury.
- An exciting new development has emerged in this project, and it serves to establish that those dusty geniuses of early times had other, hitherto unsuspected, talents and insights.
- 1.1(Of a person) not regarded with suspicion.More example sentences
- She worked at a bank and they paid quite well, and everything was going wonderfully until two unsuspected people pulled a gun while she was at the counter.
- On a grimmer note, a previously unsuspected enemy - the Soviet Union, now bent on spreading communism worldwide - replaced the foes that had just been vanquished on the battlefield.
- It was a perfect day for travelers who were in need of supplies, myself included; but also, it was a perfect day for thieves and bandits to snatch goods and money from unsuspected victims.
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- These criminals are turning to redirecting domain names so that users will unsuspectedly log onto illegitimate sites under hacker control.
- To illustrate a concept of subscribing to a car and capturing its personality, the Toyota Aygo unsuspectedly unfolds through a mail slot.
- Sometimes people use, maybe unsuspectedly, but certainly earnestly, figures of speech and thoughts pilfered from foreign languages, praising these in a funny way or even in the wrong context.
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