/ (ˌʌnsəˈpraɪzd) /

  1. not feeling amazement or wonder

Words Nearby unsurprised

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How to use unsurprised in a sentence

  • When Larry had first entered, she had merely given him an unsurprised "good-evening" and permitted him to pass on.

  • Neale had expected to see her look agitated and excited; but her pale face was set in an expression of unsurprised endurance.

    Rough-Hewn | Dorothy Canfield
  • Jules would already have found him—he wondered, with the shadow of a smile, whether Jules would still have been unsurprised!

    Zut and Other Parisians | Guy Wetmore Carryl