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unasked

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunaskedun‧asked /ʌnˈɑːskt $ -ˈæskt/ adjective  1 ASK A QUESTIONif a question remains unasked, no one asks it, often because they are embarrassed2 INVITE British English if you do something unasked, you do it without anyone asking or inviting you to George sat down unasked.
Examples from the Corpus
unaskedThe space between them was filling up with unasked and unanswered questions.She told him about the Elder, and of the eternity of memories he had poured unasked into her head.A swift picture of the sort of women he would have in his bed sprang unasked into her mind.Cat, unasked, produced a cheese sandwich and a cup of frothing coffee.However much he wanted the answer to his unasked question, he was going to have to wait for it.Let me answer, at least this one unasked question.
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