Examples of unheard in a Sentence
Their cries for help were unheard.
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More broadly, the femininity that the UDC embodied provided a cover for public behavior that was unheard of for Southern women.
Rains of that magnitude are practically unheard of.
A sitting president openly turning on a Senate majority leader of his own party in such a fashion is practically unheard of — yet another norm destroyed since Trump’s rise on the political scene.
Pull-asides between foreign leaders are not unheard-of, but the Trump team’s changing stories about the Trump Jr. meeting and the new focus on collusion guarantee the second Trump-Putin encounter will draw close scrutiny.
The bill Mitch McConnell crafted in secret (in an unheard-of process for such major legislation) ended up looking a lot like the House’s version.
Student loan experts say stealing another person's identity to attend school is rare, but not unheard of.
The family’s unusually public feud has riveted Singapore, an orderly island nation where such political spectacles are virtually unheard of.
That's almost unheard of in southern states, and is still uncommon in most other parts of the country, Kyle Pugh, director of the wellness center, said.
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