- adv. Not surprisingly, as could be expected.
“The first, again unsurprisingly, is infrastructure.”
“The idea for a human monorail stemmed, unsurprisingly from a recreational setup in Rotorua, New Zealand.”
“And here, unsurprisingly, is Nick Packwood (Ghost of a Flea) cheering on the beating of unarmed, passively resisting demonstrators in Copenhagen by Denmark's finest.”
“The Globe and Mail editorializes about the upcoming STV (single transferable vote) electoral reform referendum in BC, and, unsurprisingly, is opposed to the idea.”
“That, unsurprisingly, is actually what this is all about.”
“It started with Like a Virgin unsurprisingly, but it actually really built up die to Papa Don't Preach.”
“The opinion page, unsurprisingly, is full of letters about Tuesday's election.”
“What’s more, three analysts who consider the war worthwhile — I found them via these Andrew Sullivan posts — describe the war’s endgame and its purpose in unsurprisingly expansive terms.”
“EDIT to add: the youtube clip may get yanked at any time, I guess, so here’s a link to the official trailer, which unsurprisingly is vastly better quality and really rather pretty.”
“The jazz programming will have a two week festival of swing music, called unsurprisingly, "Swing, Swing, Swing.”
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