- not regarded or considered with suspicion: unsuspected in the crime.
- not imagined to exist: a person of unsuspected talents.
Origin of unsuspected
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Examples from the Web for unsuspected
“Maria, the unsuspected messenger became a joke between us,” he says.VatiLeaks Exposes Internal Memos of the Catholic Church
Barbie Latza Nadeau
May 24, 2012
He passed on unsuspected and deadly, like a pest in the street full of men.The Secret Agent
It may be that the future will reveal creative ability in them as yet unsuspected.The Truth About Woman
C. Gasquoine Hartley
Until a master has detected it the presence of it may be unsuspected.The Meaning of Evolution
Samuel Christian Schmucker
With unsuspected coquetry she suggested: “Why not your wife?”
The unreturned and unsuspected and I presume wicked love I felt for you.
- not under suspicion
- not known to exist
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Word Origin and History for unsuspected
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