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It is also important for global consumers to realize how they and their ancestors might have played an unwitting role in this tragedy.

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It aims to determine how well the Moderna vaccine prevents inoculated people from becoming unwitting carriers of the virus.

Until his death, he was still searching for the last two, a pair of Francesco Guardi landscapes that he suspected were hanging in the home of an unwitting buyer in Florida.

Such attacks are especially worrisome because of their ability to rapidly distribute malicious computer code to tens of thousands of unwitting customers.

NSO used real people’s location data to pitch its contact-tracing tech, researchers say — Researchers say NSO’s use of real data “violated the privacy” of thousands of unwitting people.

The email appears to have been a relatively common attempt to gain personal information from a wide range of unwitting victims.

Those snakes attacked unwitting passers-by, or invaded homes and hotels.

The average reader, he declares, is but an unwitting receptacle for media narratives.

People who don't believe in us; those unwitting, continuous sources of motivation.

Marcus, for example, argued that Freud was an unwitting modernist master and “Dora” “a great work of literature.”

His unwitting violence sent her spinning, and she fell, knocking her head against a sofa.

A most important truth is here taught—that even unwitting contact with death might bring sin upon the Nazarite.

But when she lifted the latch of the gate, a sensation, prompted by some unwitting self-accusal, struck her with alarm.

Instantly, he was all contrition over his unwitting offense inflicted on her womanly vanity.

It is a matter of natural taste, developed and strengthened by continual practice, to avoid being the unwitting slave of phrases.


On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unwitting, such as: forgetful, inadvertent, uninformed, unsuspecting, accidental, and aimless.

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