Our first emotion was to give to God renewed thanks for this unhoped for favor.
Forgive the transports of a blessing so unexpected, so unhoped for, so unthought of!
John exclaimed, delighted at the unhoped for result he had achieved.
Gladness (gaudium) is a joy with the accompanying idea of something past, which, unhoped for, has happened.
She was sorely troubled in her happiness, however, for it seemed something too unhoped for, as unstable as a joyful dream.
No,” stammered I; “you are very kind, but this is so unexpected—so unlooked for—so unhoped for—I am so overcome.
And, by some unhoped for good fortune, all this has only raised me in her eyes.
A sense of beatitude, for which no words exist, flooded his soul at the sight of that unhoped wealth.
Howbeit at last Jupiter administred to me an unhoped remedy.
Hoped and unhoped, anciently meant only expected and unexpected.