unsurprised

[ UK /ʌnsəpɹˈa‍ɪzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not surprised or expressing surprise
    that unsuprised obstinate look on his face
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How To Use unsurprised In A Sentence

  • I'm glad they're finally doing it and I'm unsurprised that Rob and Laura are still together.
  • The President listened with unsurprised, concentrating eyes, nodding sharply from time to time. COUP D'ETAT
  • These girls are articulate, upbeat and unsurprised to hear that the boys are trailing.
  • The director of the Carnegie International Weight Loss Camp, Britain's first residential fat camp for children, was unsurprised children were ignorant about vegetables.
  • I was both surprised and unsurprised at his remark.
  • You will be unsurprised to hear that the answer depends on what you mean by ‘energy.’
  • When I got back to my room I was somewhat surprised and somewhat unsurprised to see that Sam wasn't there.
  • A professor of Glasgow University's Centre for Drug Misuse Research is unsurprised students from privileged backgrounds take cocaine and ecstasy.
  • Football fans will perhaps be unsurprised to learn that the vuvuzela, whose apian drone soundtracked yet another summer of hurt, has blared its way into the dictionary's pages. Climate change and the vuvuzela leave mark on Oxford Dictionary of English
  • He sounded, thought Fromm, unsurprised at so protracted and unusual a collapse of communications. IN LOVE AND WAR
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