Examples of unwitting in a Sentence
He kept the truth from his unwitting friends.
an unwitting victim of fraud
Recent Examples of unwitting from the Web
A mentally ill man thrust into the role of unwitting hero, left nameless and even further broken for his efforts.
The Russia situation, and Aidan's connection to the White House, threatens to explode, as an unwitting Cathy Durant tips off the NSA to Aidan's capture.
Criticism, no matter the tone or validity, is rejected out-of-hand and cast as either unwitting moral failure, political naïveté or, worse, the crass expression of something deplorable in the critic.
The earlier claim that Republicans were purely passive and unwitting beneficiaries of Russian espionage in the 2016 election has now been pierced.
But in measures both numerical and anecdotal, Mr. Kennedy has emerged as a Senate pacesetter in unwitting anonymity since his election in December.
McShane costars with Ricky Whittle, who plays ex-convict Shadow Moon, an unwitting mortal that Mr. Wednesday has hired as a bodyguard.
The musicians even had an unwitting role as statesmen.
Each tag can be installed on a witting or unwitting person, material, vehicle, ship, etc.
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Before 12th Century
First Known Use of unwitting
before 12th century
UNWITTING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unwitting for English Language Learners
: not aware of what is really happening
: not intended or planned
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