unheard-of

[ uhn-hurd-uhv, -ov, -uh v ]SEE DEFINITION OF unheard-of
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She was perfectly aware that she had done an unheard-of thing.

He spoke as if three thousand dollars was an unheard-of sum, a fortune.

The priests are credited with unheard-of influence among the poor.

Dear me, what unheard-of sacrifices does it demand of humble fortunes to be Respectable!

Whence, then, these strange words, these unheard-of opinions?

He used to accompany him to the door when he left, an unheard-of attention.

But it comes always as a new thing, an unheard-of thing, a miracle.

And now as much you hate him: O the unheard-of Inconstancy of Women!

It is a thing so unheard-of and extraordinary, so unexpected, that they would not believe you.

The last clause was still canvassing, when, unheard-of treachery!

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