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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunseenun‧seen1 /ˌʌnˈsiːn◂/ ●○○ adjective formal  NOTICE#not noticed or seen Raj crept out of the house unseen. unseen dangers sight unseen at sight1(17)
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unseenI could see the bell clearly beneath the water: nothing could approach unseen.However he remains unseen because Sauron can not pierce the shadows he made for his own defence.Sheer terror in a nightmare can be the result of an unseen, hidden menace - for instance behind a closed door.The grizzly bear is a species unseen in our state since 1906.People have gained confidence in sending substantial sums off to unseen institutions and working with them long-distance.But the feeling of an unseen presence never left him.Behind her, the sound of footsteps climbing an unseen stairway.At that time the excitement of our explorations into this unseen world had set my mind aflame with pleasure.
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unseenun‧seen2 /ʌnˈsiːn/ noun [countable]  British EnglishSE a piece of writing that you must translate into your own language in an examination
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