unprepared

[ pri-paird ]SEE DEFINITION OF unprepared

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNPREPARED

I was, indeed, all unprepared for what awaited me here at the Cedars.

Unprepared as he was for the large pill he had to swallow, he got it down.

Quite aware of his inclination to laxness, I was yet unprepared for his present state.

But this time Ruffo was unprepared, and it dropped on the rock by his bare feet.

Nor was Cleo unprepared in the all-important question of the play itself.

You will take them unawares; but I flatter myself you will not find them unprepared.

She was only unprepared for an example of her own visiting-card.

Here was a move for which he was all unprepared, and knew not how to play to it.

Why, you must be the veriest simpleton to think I am unprepared.

He was unprepared for her and so the more agonisingly impressed.

WORD ORIGIN

1540s, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of prepare (v.).

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