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Horn disputed the claims in a statement citing the group’s reluctance to properly address the allegations against Weaver, which she said she was unaware of prior to the news reports.

Menjívar further emphasized the population is unaware of the regional legislative body’s work and recognized that even her own party has not made it known, so she has promised to change that if she is elected.

What’s more, some people might never develop symptoms and remain unaware of a second infection.

She keeps us constantly on edge, unaware of who the story will go to and what event might happen next.

Einstein, who called the waves gravitationswellen, was unaware that any such big events existed in the cosmos.

But Erdoğan is either unaware of that or sought to simplify history.

Teens may be unaware of the potential for their private images to end up being disseminated.

Her former boss, three thousand miles away in New York, was unaware of so many things.

The bigot today is often unaware either that he has prejudices or that he is indulging them.

It seems the braggart was unaware of the changes in the law.

Young Lamb's big cigar has been out long ago; but he pulls hard at it, wholly unaware of the fact.

Soon the couple excited attention, of which both seemed to be wholly unaware.

It was a limitation of Thomas Hutchinson's excellent administrative mind that lie was wholly unaware of this crisis.

She is, no doubt, utterly unaware of the real identity of this brisk, hard-working doctor.

When she was unaware of the name she was accustomed to address all males by the epithet "man."

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On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unaware, such as: heedless, negligent, oblivious, unconcerned, unfamiliar, and uninformed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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