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unwittingly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunwittinglyun‧wit‧ting‧ly /ʌnˈwɪtɪŋli/ adverb  NOT KNOWin a way that shows you do not know or realize something syn unknowingly Friedmann had unwittingly broken the law.unwitting adjective [only before noun] an unwitting accomplice
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unwittinglyIn plain terms this means that one may be unwittingly a member of an elite group, on Wright Mills's argument.Moreover Elian has unwittingly achieved something that even Lewinsky never managed.My father has, unwittingly, captured us as we really are.Schools unwittingly erect a language barrier which must exclude great numbers of parents.I may have unwittingly provided them with a reason why my application should be filed in the trash can.Laura unwittingly threw away the winning lottery ticket.After six years of marriage, however, Adrienne finds she has been strolling unwittingly through a psychological jungle.
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