Definition of unwarned
: receiving no warning : not cautioned or rebuked stepped unwarned into the path of an oncoming car wickedness unwarned and wrong unredressed — Margaret Oliphant
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Origin and Etymology of unwarned
Middle English, from Old English unwarnod, from 1un- + warnod, past participle of warnian to warn
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