unsuspectingly adv. unsuspectingness n.
Useful english dictionary. 2012.
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unsuspecting — I adjective believing, credulous, easily deceived, gullible, incautus, innocent, minime suspicax, naive, off guard, simple, trustful, trusting, unaware, unconscious, undoubting, unexpectant, unguarded, unquestioning, unsuspecting, unsuspicious,… … Law dictionary
unsuspecting — 1590s, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) вЂњnotвЂќ + prp. of SUSPECT (Cf. suspect) (v.) … Etymology dictionary
unsuspecting — [adj] gullible confiding, credulous, easy, inexperienced, ingenuous, innocent, naive, off guard*, simple, swallowing, taken in*, trustful, trusting, unconscious, undoubting, unsuspicious, unwarned, unwary; concepts 401,404 Ant. conscious,… … New thesaurus
unsuspecting — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ not aware of the presence of danger; feeling no suspicion. DERIVATIVES unsuspectingly adverb … English terms dictionary
unsuspecting — [spelling only] … English World dictionary
unsuspecting — [[t]ʌ̱nsəspe̱ktɪŋ[/t]] ADJ: usu ADJ n You can use unsuspecting to describe someone who is not at all aware of something that is happening or going to happen. The co defendants are charged with selling worthless junk bonds to thousands of… … English dictionary
unsuspecting — un|sus|pect|ing [ˌʌnsəˈspektıŋ] adj [usually before noun] not knowing that something bad is happening or going to happen ▪ unsuspecting victims ▪ Fake designer clothes are being sold to an unsuspecting public … Dictionary of contemporary English
unsuspecting — adjective Of or pertaining to lack of suspicion. He easily shot the unsuspecting target … Wiktionary
unsuspecting — adj. Unsuspecting is used with these nouns: ↑prey, ↑victim … Collocations dictionary
unsuspecting — adjective not knowing that something bad is about to happen: unsuspecting victims … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
unsuspecting — adjective it s a trap deliberately set for unsuspecting first time buyers Syn: unsuspicious, unwary, unaware, unconscious, ignorant, unwitting; trusting, gullible, credulous, ingenuous, naive, wide eyed Ant: wary … Thesaurus of popular words