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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunheraldedun‧her‧ald‧ed /ʌnˈherəldɪd/ adjective formal  1 if an event is unheralded, there is no warning that it is going to happen an unheralded visit from his aunt2 PUBLICIZE/MAKE KNOWNnot known about or recognized as good syn unsung the unheralded members of the team
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unheraldedan unheralded accomplishmentThere is also, unheralded and essentially unexplained, a first public appearance of Nietzsche's new antithesis.This time, it was so unheralded as to appear almost artificial.Clark, an unheralded cornerback with blazing speed, stepped in front of Brown to remove any lingering suspense.As we approached the helicopter, a shower burst over us, one of those unheralded showers which sweep the Alps.Their unheralded work has injected an element of hope into sometimes desperate circumstances.
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