Antonyms for unbeknownst

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


That's 'bout the only way he'll ever do one, Frank, unbeknownst like.

Unbeknownst to her, Mildred would be protected against these dangers.

But unbeknownst to it, this very violence thrived on these pecuniary fertilizers.

Some of them carriers, I expect, puttin' their horses in unbeknownst to you.

Unbeknownst to yourself, dear, you bore him what he wanted, and what I wanted.

But I'll be there unbeknownst until the minute comes for me to show myself.

But she must have tipped them off unbeknownst to me, and they knew just what to do.

Besides, we have so grave a general as Sherman alluding to the "Unbeknownst" in an official document.

I've heered ye brag thet no feller hereabouts could slip up on ye in the woods, unbeknownst.

If you quit thinking about it, all 'unbeknownst' to yourself you'll awake some morning with it on your lips.