How To Use Unprompted In A Sentence

  • For instance, I learned that my husband is capable of astonishing unprompted feats of tidiness when the house in question contains a motor.
  • After I popped in to order a takeaway, the waiter asks if I would like to sit in the restaurant, rather than the hot, stuffy suntrap waiting area, before, unprompted, bringing over a glass of water and bowl of prawn crackers. South London's top 10 budget eats
  • In fairness to the sluglike one, he offered an unprompted apology for his bit of weirdness two weeks ago, referring to the incident as ‘an unfortunate blip’.
  • The aim was twofold: first, to discover whether informants really did understand storytelling primarily in rationalised terms; and second, if they did, to obtain unprompted testimony as to the content of these rationalisations.
  • ‘It's Jim Baxter country,’ he says, which is very helpful of him, and more than many an older professional would offer, but it is the kind of unprompted comment that sets off alarm bells in the minds of media-savvy managers.
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  • The eye twitched again, this time unprompted. Times, Sunday Times
  • What I didn't expect was Isaac's unprompted reaction, which in itself says a lot.
  • In truth, most of us resent giving to charity unprompted. Times, Sunday Times
  • Simon Durham of Poster Plan said the research showed that Generation Y2K had high levels of unprompted advertising recall and, unlike their parents or older siblings, the word recession didn't even feature in their vocabulary.
  • His unprompted use of the precise number bears witness to a weary familiarity with it.
  • It was a flabbergasting inquiry, completely un-contextual and unprompted. Times, Sunday Times
  • Heavens, it was so good, it spawned an unprompted comments thread here, which I've tacked onto the bottom of this post.
  • Here we use functional magnetic resonance imaging to identify and characterize the neural substrates that support unprompted auditory imagery and find that auditory and visual imagery seem to obey similar basic neural principles.
  • The Novartis Foundation's MRS responds to unprompted inquiries from journalists.
  • Or a company that was prepared to go the extra mile, unprompted by you. Times, Sunday Times
  • came the opening night audience's unprompted reaction.
  • In exceptional circumstances however, consideration will be given to a further reduction, for example where you have made a full and unprompted voluntary disclosure, as in a. b. and c. above.
  • Had he just witnessed an unprompted act of monkey altruism? Times, Sunday Times
  • A friend made the completely unprompted comment that she had done exactly the same thing.
  • That's partly because people who are stoned are so often tedious with it, and partly because I'm blessed - others say cursed - with a facility for unprompted auditory and visual hallucinations.
  • Early Chinese films, take singing films as its example, had been built under the circumstance where Hollywood films holding the market. So it firstly is a kind of unprompted commercial rival-ship.
  • Perhaps as often precedented as a member of the shadow cabinet calling a by-election for his own seat unprompted. Not unprecedented, but pretty damn close « Gin&Comment
  • I was there in St. Paul and Obama complimented Clinton again and again and from the first to the last mention of her name the crowed applauded unprompted. Obama: 'Everybody needs to settle down' about VP choice
  • Unprompted, our driver reduces the fare for going wrong. Times, Sunday Times
  • I mean, completely unprompted and unsolicited.
  • This deprived him of his special pleasure in overhearing visitors' unprompted reactions to beauty. Times, Sunday Times
  • I've had the same conversation with 3 different people - they all said, totally unprompted, what miserable gits the returning officers and their assistants were.
  • Without being asked about McNaughton he volunteered the unprompted observation that he had been ‘nervous’, a remark which so infuriated Aberdeen they complained to the SFA on Thursday.
  • In another press conference held Sunday, McCain broached the topic of Wright unprompted for the first time, despite previous suggestions that the Wright issue would be an out-of-bounds topic in the presidential race. McCain: Obama and Wright do not share views
  • Staff stood amazed as they listened to this unprompted assault on Stewart's integrity.
  • He moves, smoothly and unprompted, to another interview topic. Times, Sunday Times
  • I am not surprised that my memory has just reminded me, unprompted, that a ‘rozzer’ is cockney slang for a police person.
  • Enders told MediaGuardian. she wrote to Cable unprompted because she is concerned about Murdoch's grip on the UK media, particularly in light of recent revelations about alleged phone hacking at the News of the World in the past. Rupert Murdoch's Sky takeover should be blocked, Vince Cable told
  • This is the first instance of unprompted reading without clues or context.
  • No, these were entirely unscripted, unprompted, and for that matter, uncalled for assessments.
  • He can read, but he has never followed a set of written instructions unprompted. Times, Sunday Times
  • Glenn Beck, unprompted, was criticizing Obama for acting swiftly in aiding the victims of a horrible disaster. Think Progress » Beck: Obama is ‘dividing the nation’ by reacting ‘so rapidly to Haiti.’
  • He was unarmed and taken entirely by surprise by your brutal and unprompted attack.

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