from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not arrived at or attained by guess or conjecture; unsuspected.

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  • adjective Not guessed.


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un- +‎ guessed


  • Yes, she's undoubtedly gymnastic in the externals of music, but the intrinsic spirit of music is unguessed by her.

    Chapter 27

  • The gods were ever crafty, and they had unguessed ways of attaining their ends.

    The Love-Master

  • Cow flourished on the Yukon -- 1887 -- and the Klondike and its populous stampedes lay in the unguessed future.

    The Passing of Marcus O'Brien

  • And when that time comes, it is likewise inevitable that her population will increase by unguessed millions until it again reaches the saturation point.


  • Yet he continued to fear, and he stood on guard, expectant of unguessed evil, alternately suffering and enjoying as one feeling or the other came uppermost and swayed him.

    The Love-Master

  • There was Slant-Eyed Wilson, with an unguessed weak heart of fear, who died in the jacket within the first hour while the unconvinced inefficient of a prison doctor looked on and smiled.

    Chapter 7

  • He was profoundly struck by an unguessed limitation.

    Chapter VI

  • He knew that woman, ever the mysterious sex, was capable any time of unguessed mystery.


  • He has even mentioned the loss of a fortune that was caused by that hell-bait of the devil, but behind that incident his listeners feel the loom of some terrible and unguessed evil for which the bottle is responsible.

    The Passing of Marcus O'Brien

  • This is the last word of Science, unless there be some further, unguessed word which Science will some day find and utter.



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