unawaredly

adverb un·awar·ed·ly \ -wa(a)rə̇dlē , -wer- \

Definition of unawaredly

: without warning : unexpectedly
  • his voice became unawaredly loud
  • —H. D. Skidmore

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Origin and Etymology of unawaredly

obsolete English unawared, adjective, not forewarned (from English 1un- + assumed obsolete English awared, past participle of assumed obsolete English aware, verb, to alert, from English aware, adjective) + English -ly


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