[ US /ˌənsəˈspɛktɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnsəspˈɛktɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnsəspˈɛktɪd/ ]
not suspected or believed likely
remained unsuspected as the head of the spy ring
unsuspected difficulties arose
he was able to get into the building unspotted and unsuspected
unsuspected turnings in the road
How To Use unsuspected In A Sentence
- The fact, revealed by a post-mortem, that his heart was much diseased - an ailment quite unsuspected during his life - would make it possible that death might in his case ensue from injuries which would not be fatal to a healthy man.
- Sci-Fi was pretty big after the first Star Wars film ‘cause merchandising was proven to be a cash cow of unsuspected proportions.
- The Soviets had demonstrated unsuspected scientific and engineering skills.
- The genetic contributions of his mother, Mary Anne Wallace, to Wallace's independence, spiritual qualities, and kindness are unsuspected, unconsidered, and unknown.
- A city waitress hit the headlines this week after serving an unsuspected customer - the Lord of Darkness Himself.
- It is fascinating in a direct and amusing way, has many unsuspected facets and possibilities, it is simple and basic, suits him quite well, and attests to his good taste.
- It is the unsuspected forces, hidden to the eyes of men, -- the forces imprisoned in the soil and the stimuli of alternating flash of light and the gloomings of darkness these and many others will be found to maintain the ceaseless activity which we know as the fulness of throbbing life. Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose His Life and Speeches
- 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.
- 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.
- I anatomized him in my cellar, slowly taking him apart as though, like the physicians of old, I might be able to find some as yet unsuspected fifth humor within him, some black and malignant thing responsible for his betrayal. On The Anatomization of an Unknown Man (1637) by Frans Mier