Definitions

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  • adjective Not alert.

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  • adjective not alert to what is potentially dangerous

Etymologies

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un- +‎ alert.

Examples

  • The Party does something else ridiculous, and the middle and unalert shift.

    The April Rasmussen Trust numbers. | RedState

  • The Party does something else ridiculous, and the middle and unalert shift.

    The April Rasmussen Trust numbers. | RedState

  • He is just evil, and with the general public drugged and unalert, he just repeated his disgusting rhetoric over and over until they thought it was fact….

    Firedoglake » Bursting the Bubble of American Military Empire

  • Up and down drove the generals in their government automobiles, stopping now and then to bring unalert details to attention, to frown heavily upon captains marching at the heads of companies, to set the pompous pace in that gorgeous game of showing off which was taking place triumphantly over the entire area.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • Azel dozed in the shadows by the empty fireplace, not as unalert as he appeared.

    The Tower of Fear

  • Toadkiller Dog lay against his belly, making sleeping dog noises, but I caught a glint of eye which said he was not unalert.

    The White Rose

  • Up and down drove the generals in their government automobiles, stopping now and then to bring unalert details to attention, to frown heavily upon captains marching at the heads of companies, to set the pompous pace in that gorgeous game of showing off which was taking place triumphantly over the entire area.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • And now to confess that I'm not in SB's league as a mature, highly realized, charitable grown-up: (ad hominem attack) The judges were unalert idiots not to pick up on the look in her eye and the calmness of her manner when she was talking professionally and not personally in the pre-performance patter.

    Mirror.co.uk - News

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