Definitions for unheard-of

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. unheard-of(adj)

    previously unknown

    "a first novel by an unheard of writer"; "developments on an unheard-of scale"

Wiktionary

  1. unheard-of(Adjective)

    Previously unknown; unprecedented

Webster Dictionary

  1. Unheard-of(adj)

    new; unprecedented; unparalleled

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Marla Dukharan:

    A month before Carnival, that is unheard of.

  2. John Druckenmiller:

    We’re an outpost. We’re still kind of unheard of here, but we’re getting more and more attention.

  3. Nicolas Peissel:

    We found 24 percent of children under 5 had severe acute malnutrition, which is almost unheard of in the entire country.

  4. Shawn Manning:

    I think it’s almost unheard of for someone to receive the Purple Heart but not have their injuries classified as combat-related.

  5. Ken Palinkas:

    They want to do this in February – this is unheard of, i’ve been working in government for 15 years, and I know things don’t get done on time.


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