from The Century Dictionary.
- In an unprovided manner; without provision; unpreparedly.
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Then, death may come suddenly, but not _unprovidedly_.
To John Temple death had come suddenly indeed, but not unprovidedly.
The just man never dies unprovidedly; for to have persevered in Christian justice even to the end, is to have well provided for death; but he does sometimes die of unexpected or sudden death.
Then, death may come suddenly, but not unprovidedly.
"Many die suddenly and unprovidedly; for the Son of Man will come at the hour when He is not looked for.