unwarned

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Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ warned

Adjective[edit]

unwarned (comparative more unwarned, superlative most unwarned)

  1. Not warned
    • 2009 June 18, Phillip Alder, “A Decision Not to Bid Proves Wise”, New York Times:
      Rubin, unwarned that West had length in the majors, won the club-king lead with his ace, drew trumps ending in the South hand and played a spade to his queen, after which he could not make the contract.

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