unaware


unaware
adj.
VERBS
appear, be, seem
remain
ADVERB
completely, entirely, quite, totally, utterly, wholly
almost, virtually
generally, largely
apparently, seemingly
evidently, obviously
blissfully, blithely

They remained blissfully unaware of his true intentions.

PREPOSITION
of

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  • unaware — unaware, unawares 1. The adjective unaware is used predicatively (i.e. after a verb) and is followed either by of or by a that clause: • She still seemed unaware of the peril that she was in M. Lide, 1991 • Quite unaware that he had a month s… …   Modern English usage

  • unaware — [un΄ə wer′] adj. 1. not aware or conscious [unaware of danger] 2. Rare unwary adv. UNAWARES unawareness n …   English World dictionary

  • Unaware — Un a*ware , a. Not aware; not noticing; giving no heed; thoughtless; inattentive. Swift. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Unaware — Un a*ware , adv. Unawares. [Poetic] Dryden. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • unaware — I adjective blinded, heedless, ignarus, ignorant, inattentive, incognizant, inexpectant, inscius, insensible, mindless, nescient, nescius, oblivious, off guard, surprised, unacquainted, unadvised, unapprised, unconscious, undiscerning,… …   Law dictionary

  • unaware — see UNAWARES (Cf. unawares) …   Etymology dictionary

  • unaware — [adj] ignorant blind, careless, caught napping*, daydreaming, deaf, deaf to*, doped*, forgetful, heedless, in a daze*, inattentive, incognizant, inconversant,insensible, mooning, negligent, nescient, not all there*, not cognizant, oblivious, out… …   New thesaurus

  • unaware — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ having no knowledge of a situation or fact. DERIVATIVES unawareness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • unaware */ — UK [ˌʌnəˈweə(r)] / US [ˌʌnəˈwer] adjective not realizing that something exists or is happening unaware of: Tom carried on reading, seemingly unaware of my presence. unaware that: Jo seemed unaware that there was anyone else in the room.… …   English dictionary

  • unaware — adj. (cannot stand alone) 1) unaware of 2) unaware that + clause (they were unaware that the road had been closed) * * * [ˌʌnə weə] (cannot stand alone) unaware of unaware that + clause (they were unaware that the road had been closed) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • unaware — un|a|ware [ ,ʌnə wer ] adjective * not realizing that something exists or is happening: unaware of: Tom carried on reading, seemingly unaware of my presence. unaware that: Jo seemed unaware that there was anyone else in the room. blissfully… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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