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  • adj. Unusual, or unpredictable. Not expected.


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  • Recently recognized as an innovative designer from south region of Brazil, Ricardo Barddal presents pieces like the Orca Chaise: confortable, playful, unexpectable.

    Original Pool Chaise

  • “Karnival is a series of very short animations, mainly about unexpectable behaviors of unique characters.”

    No Fat Clips!!! : Karnival: Flash Light Dog

  • Karnival is a series of very short animations, mainly about unexpectable behaviors of unique characters.

    No Fat Clips!!! : Karnival: The Thing

  • Tadpole could watch one complete DVD in the Eurostar without an unexpectable power off.


  • Clearly divorce can bring on such an unexpectable crisis.

    Think Progress » Podesta Strategy Memo: The Bankruptcy Bill

  • A man told Money that his fantasy was that of "compensating or overcompensating, achieving, going out and doing things that one would say is unexpectable."

    A New Way to Be Mad

  • Our kind friend kept bringing out one unexpected and wholly unexpectable thing after another, as if he were a magician, and had only to fling a private signal into the air, and some attendant imp would hand forth any strange relic we might choose to ask for.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 51, January, 1862

  • An accident not altogether unexpectable, but bitterly disappointing nonetheless.


  • In these all-revolutionary days a man had better be a little polite always to his wife, for in some totally unexpectable way she may suddenly prove to be a bigger man than he is, a money-getter, a fame or shame acquirer -- if only by way of becoming the president of

    We Can't Have Everything

  • But without a QE3, there seem to be too many unexpected indeed unexpectable special factors weighing against risk-taking in these overpriced times.

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