Definition of unexpected
: not expected : unforeseen
Examples of unexpected in a Sentence
an unexpected turn of events
I'm sad that she's leaving, but it was not unexpected.
Recent Examples of unexpected from the Web
Of course, when a title isn’t selling very much, and then has a burst of unexpected sales, its percentage increase will naturally be quite large — which is what happened with Evancho’s album.
Trump’s Nov. 8 victory was unexpected and historic, by some measures.
May also brought the unexpected closing of the original Christian's Tailgate at 7430 Washington.
An unexpected furor of excitement formed around Anthony Braxton, the professorial avant-gardist who has long labored in the space between jazz and modernist composition.
Of course, every trip will have its unexpected moments of potential disaster.
That led them to international surveys of life satisfaction and the discovery, quite unexpected, of a recurrent pattern in countries around the world.
For all the brilliance of the iPod, knowing exactly which of your songs is coming next means missing out on the unexpected.
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Definition of unexpected for English Language Learners
: not expected
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