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unanticipated

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunanticipatedun‧an‧tic‧i‧pat‧ed /ˌʌnænˈtɪsɪpeɪtɪd/ AWL adjective  an unanticipated event or result is one that you did not expect syn unforeseen an unanticipated increase in inflation
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unanticipatedSuch an argument relies on the capital gains being unanticipated.Risk of unanticipated changes in the term structure of interest rates.To be sure, this Court has construed the Commerce Clause to accommodate unanticipated changes over the past two centuries.The managers also had to live with unanticipated consequences of their way of handling the problems and mistakes of less-experienced subordinates.Only later are unanticipated costs and benefits visible; hindsight can make them appear deliberate all along.Neither of the two pieces of software was faulty; there was just an unanticipated interaction between them.But however great their desire, the path to arms control and detente was strewn with unanticipated obstacles.While relinquishing management takes more self-control than many women feel capable of, it pays off in unanticipated ways.
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