unheralded

[ US /ənˈhɛɹəɫdɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnhˈɛɹə‍ldɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. without warning or announcement
    a totally unheralded telegram that his daughter...died last night
    they arrived unannounced
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How To Use unheralded In A Sentence

  • It was the end of an auspicious era for one of Scotland's most successful, if unheralded, sportsmen.
  • True, he is still no giant, but we have now been introduced to yet another previously unheralded ordinary man.
  • There's never been a better time for an unheralded side to enjoy a long run, even if lifting the trophy is sadly out of the question these days.
  • All the good things this Labour Government has done pass by ignored, unheralded, unpublicised by either the press or the government itself.
  • I awakened before dawn aboard a cruise ship in Warnamunde, Germany, an unheralded port along the Baltic Sea.
  • As Elen watched, Isabella bade Davydd goodnight, made an unheralded, unnoticed departure from the hall. HERE BE DRAGONS
  • The stuff he cares about - paying down the debt, better public school teachers, the reformation of HMOs - shows principle and a willingness to do unheralded work.
  • It will be recalled that he arrived unheralded, unknown, with no money, no proper running gear and no seconds for his first crack at the Washie last year.
  • Coming off a 10-point loss to unheralded Middle Tennessee State, the Terrapins were given little chance against a California juggernaut that totaled 104 points in disposing of Michigan State and Pac-10 foe Washington State. USATODAY.com
  • Elliott was an Alabama congressman, and the reason why I really wanted to write about him is that somewhat unheralded are the southern white moderates who did things to advance civil rights.
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