unsuspected[ uhn-suh-spek-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF unsuspected
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNSUSPECTED
He passed on unsuspected and deadly, like a pest in the street full of men.
It may be that the future will reveal creative ability in them as yet unsuspected.
Until a master has detected it the presence of it may be unsuspected.
The unreturned and unsuspected and I presume wicked love I felt for you.
With unsuspected coquetry she suggested: “Why not your wife?”
He developed an unsuspected genius for the arts of a wild and hunted existence.
What's more, it shows that I must have an unsuspected talent for picture-plays.
In this connection, however, the future may hold much, unsuspected at present.
We were together, unsuspected and undisturbed, for the next two hours.
And if I have such an unsuspected talent as that shouldn't I exercise it occasionally?