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- adv. Without awareness, without intent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Ignorantly; without knowledge or design.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without knowledge or intention
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She stood still, panic and dread flaring inside her, her expression unknowingly betraying what she was feeling so that Jake cursed under his breath.
Whether Mr. Rove did so "unknowingly" - a distinction that might spare him from the dock-remains to be seen.
As Shank puts it, Corbis "unknowingly" acquired a photo agency with a lax library management process, which resulted in images being lost.
Body Cavity Search Takes a Turn for the Worse -- During a rectal exam, immigration officers "unknowingly" pull out a seton.
One of her husband's relatives says that he may have, quote, "unknowingly" helped Drew Peterson dump the body.
We'll just sweep it under the rug, or walk around it "unknowingly" like a pile of doggy-doo in the living room that nobody will lay eyes on so as not to fall prey to the "first to see, first to clean" rule.
McElhenny tells The Meridian Star that many of the fake $10, $20 and $100 bills are being used "unknowingly" by truckers passing through the area.
In her petition to DeKalb Superior Court, Pope said was "unknowingly" married to someone else.
Nevertheless, once they contact me, I would be mortified if I "unknowingly" sent an inappropriate, harmful message to them in the future.
The Congresswoman first that she showed favoritism but later said in a statement by her office that she "unknowingly" made a mistake with some of the privately funded grants.