unsurprised

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adjective un·sur·prised \ˌən-sə(r)-ˈprīzd\

Definition of unsurprised

  1. :  not surprised <She looked so complete, so unsurprised, so warmly confident. — Joyce Carol Oates> <I watched in pained fascination, oddly unsurprised by the spectacle … — Tom Perrotta>

1591

First Known Use of unsurprised

1591


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