- adj. Not surprised
- adj. not surprised or expressing surprise
“Senior McCain officials described themselves as "unsurprised" today as huge storms of locusts flew from Wasilla, Alaska and descended upon McCain campaign headquarters.”
“But I'm kind of unsurprised by the fact that Van Damme makes the "Gimme a Jorb!!!" plea.”
“The one that catches the eye though is Zoo City, with its cosplay/cyberpunk color-schemes -- I was completely unsurprised to learn that it's an "urban fantasy noir set in a re-imagined Johannesburg"; and although I've never bought anything like that before, I might just go out and get that one to stretch myself.”
“On the other hand, if real world African-American and Irish-American communities have thus far been more socially isolated, then we should be unsurprised to see distinctive language features of the two groups persist (and/or evolve independently) generation after generation.”
“I haven't seen the pic yet, but I'm unsurprised about Simm.”
“Iraqi lawmakers sounded unsurprised at his decision, pointing to Egyptian clamoring for President Hosni Mubarak to step down as a lesson for other Arab leaders not to overreach in power or time in office.”
“That is, specifically, I made no such claim, and you are in a poor position to try to pretend that I did, although I am unsurprised that you are trying to do so.”
“I am unsurprised when people with an axe to grind and an economic motive to benefit themselves at my expense preach to me about the constitutionality of their efforts to take my property.”
““Guys,” she said, unsurprised that her voice was uneven.”
““Oh, good,” said Chloe, looking completely unsurprised by this development.”
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