Definition of unsurprising
: not surprising or unexpected
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Hawaii's archipelago was the most difficult--also unsurprising--but the next two were curious.
That inning rescued what to that point had been an ugly day, starting with the unsurprising announcement that outfielder Michael Conforto had been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a bone bruise on his left hand.
Now, that in and of itself is gross and despicable and sadly unsurprising.
Cook’s recent comments are unsurprising but bolster the notion that Apple is working to build an autonomous car system, possibly one that extends beyond basic autonomous functions that have hit the road today.
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.
This is a relatively unsurprising announcement, except for the fact that Rusev seemed to be waiting in the wings, demanding a shot at the show.
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Definition of unsurprising for English Language Learners
: not causing surprise because you expected it : not surprising
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