Recent Examples of unforeseeable from the Web
To lose him because another club decided to double the world transfer record was, if not unforeseeable, then at least low probability.
If Led Zeppelin were the band most responsible for hard rock's vertical expansion in the '70s, hitting previously unforeseeable heights for the genre, Pink Floyd were the band that expanded it the most horizontally.
All artifacts begin as useful objects, then spend an unforeseeable amount of time as clutter before becoming valuable again, as artifacts.
Though the disappearance was unforeseeable — involving, among other misfortunes, a car crash, a wanton tide and a shallow grave — every step leading up to it gets full scrutiny.
A fourth-year tent-dweller and an English child of Indian immigrants, Kharpal uttered something surely unforeseeable in 1877 when Wimbledon began.
In every argument, every heated debate, either party was perfunctorily recording the other, live-streaming, or as insurance for some unforeseeable complication that might arise later.
Defense attorneys argued that her death was unforeseeable.
Keep your minds and hearts open to life’s endless and unforeseeable possibilities.
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legal Definition of unforeseeable
- an unforeseeable misuse
- an unforeseeable injury
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