not feeling amazement or wonder
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How to use unsurprised in a sentence
And if it zoomed into the current moment, and looked at the Dunn trial, and read the decision, it would come away unsurprised.Michael Dunn, Jordan Davis, and America's Racist Heritage | Jamelle Bouie | February 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Color me unsurprised; I never got the Groupon business model.
Bruce Bartlett looks at the composition of stimulus spending and is ultimately unsurprised that it did little for economic growth.
He smoothed his face to the expression proper to a person unsurprised, dealing imperturbably with what he had long ago foreseen.The Creators | May Sinclair
She was unsurprised but she flushed under his hungry eyes, and the little cross throbbed at her throat.The Trail of the Lonesome Pine | John Fox, Jr.
When Larry had first entered, she had merely given him an unsurprised "good-evening" and permitted him to pass on.Children of the Whirlwind | Leroy Scott
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