Definitions

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  • adjective unexpected
  • adjective unimagined

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective so unexpected as to have not been imagined

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The three potential visions of the web discussed here are not mutually exclusive, but instead are likely to be combined in many as yet unthought-of combinations in the future, along with other new technologies.

    Web 3.0, Change, and Libraries « ResourceShelf

  • Just as many other previously unthought-of thoughts had only just occurred to him.

    Winter Bloom

  • This is worth repeating: whenever the unthought-of is experienced or manifested, it is always a steppingstone or a how to another place that you have been thinking about.

    Manifesting Change

  • Certainly the Second World War provided a number of elements that were almost unthought-of of by the average person on the streets.

    Fighting in the Future « worlds in a grain of sand

  • He welcomed challenges; they kept him sharp, showed that he was approachable, and oftentimes made him explore avenues previously unthought-of.

    The Shattering

  • He welcomed challenges; they kept him sharp, showed that he was approachable, and oftentimes made him explore avenues previously unthought-of.

    The Shattering

  • Whenever the seemingly “unthought-of” unexpectedly lands in your path, it is always a steppingstone to another place that you have been thinking about.

    Manifesting Change

  • Certainly the Second World War provided a number of elements that were almost unthought-of of by the average person on the streets.

    2010 April 02 « worlds in a grain of sand

  • These commands can be combined in certain prescribed ways to create new unthought-of commands and functions.

    The Nature of Technology

  • Physicists the world around are tingling with anticipation, looking forward to the discovery of the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking, and wondering if this will be revealed to be due to supersymmetry, extra dimensions, new gauge interactions, or something as yet unthought-of.

    Calling a Crackpot a Crackpot

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