Definition of unsurprising
: not surprising or unexpected
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Though no final decision has been made, Trump mulling whether to snub the climate deal — inked in Paris during a United Nations Climate Change Conference — is unsurprising, one source added.
Fictionalized from historical events, the movie is sweeping and dynamic, if mostly unsurprising.
With over 100 golden keys, the French Riviera has one of the highest concentrations of Clefs d'Or in the world -- perhaps unsurprising, given the organization's history.
For readers of Mexican-American history, this sudden hardening of attitudes toward the undocumented was unsurprising: America has long maintained a love-hate relationship with Spanish-speaking labor.
Not when the execution of those elements is so unsurprising, so packed with clichés, so entirely paint-by-the-numbers.
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Definition of unsurprising for English Language Learners
: not causing surprise because you expected it : not surprising
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