unknown, unknown region, terra incognitanoun
an unknown and unexplored region
"they came like angels out the unknown"
stranger, alien, unknownnoun
anyone who does not belong in the environment in which they are found
unknown, unknown quantityadjective
a variable whose values are solutions of an equation
"an unknown amount"; "an unknown island"; "an unknown writer"; "an unknown source"
nameless, unidentified, unknown, unnamedadjective
being or having an unknown or unnamed source
"a poem by an unknown author"; "corporations responsible to nameless owners"; "an unnamed donor"
not known to exist
"things obscurely felt surged up from unknown depths"
obscure, unknown, unsungadjective
not famous or acclaimed
"an obscure family"; "unsung heroes of the war"
not known before
"used many strange words"; "saw many strange faces in the crowd"; "don't let anyone unknown into the house"
A variable (usually x, y or z) whose value is to be found.
Any fact or place about which nothing is known (as in the phrase "into the unknown").
A person of no identity; a nonentity
Not known; unidentified; not well known.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
’Tis not unknown to you,
How much I have disabled my estate. William Shakespeare.
Many are the trees of God, that grow
In paradise, and various, yet unknown
To us. John Milton, Paradise Lost.
Here may I always on this downy grass,
Unknown, unseen, my easy minutes pass. Wentworth Dillon.
If any chance has hither brought the name
Of Palamedes, not unknown to fame,
Accus’d and sentenc’d for pretended crimes. Dryden.
Though incest is indeed a deadly crime,
You are not guilty, since unknown ’twas done,
And known, had been abhorr’d. John Dryden, Don Sebastian.
At fear of death, that saddens all
With terrors round, can reason hold her throne?
Despise the known, nor tremble at th’ unknown. Alexander Pope.
The planting of hemp and flax would be an unknown advantage to the kingdom. Francis Bacon.
I am yet
Unknown to woman; never was forsworn. William Shakespeare.
We stopped at a little inn, where the man of the house, formerly a servant in the knight’s family, to do honour to his old master, had, unknown to Sir Roger, put him up in a sign-post. Joseph Addison, Spectator, №. 122.
not known; not apprehended
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The man who painted thousands of pictures in art galleries.
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Rank popularity for the word 'unknown' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2303
Rank popularity for the word 'unknown' in Adjectives Frequency: #315
The numerical value of unknown in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of unknown in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Today Josh Duggar made the decision to resign his position as a result of previously unknown information becoming public concerning events that occurred during his teenage years.
There can and certainly will come a time when our tools are smarter than our users, when machines become our key tools, and the machine surpass our ability to think and react, we begin to approach a point where we could in fact lose control. When those machines begin to act autonomously from the humans then we are in an area of the unknown.
We’ve had incidents in the past where, for some unknown reason, people decide to put post seeds in the downtown—we have these large 100-gallon flower pots—and for some reason people like to put weed seeds in the flower pots.
Genius - To know without having learned to draw just conclusions from unknown premises to discern the soul of things.
Everyone hates change because change brings the unknown.
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- غير معروف, مجهولArabic
- desconegutCatalan, Valencian
- ukendt, ubekendtDanish
- Unbekannter, unbekannt, UnbekannteGerman
- incógnita, ignoto, desconocidoSpanish
- inconnue, inconnuFrench
- idegen, ismeretlenHungarian
- tak diketahuiIndonesian
- ókunnur, óþekktur, óþekkt stærðIcelandic
- sconosciuto, ignotoItalian
- לא ידועHebrew
- 未知, わからない, 知られざる, 名無しJapanese
- 알 수 없는Korean
- obscurus, ignotus, ignoratus, nescitus, incognitusLatin
- nepazīstams, svešsLatvian
- onbekend, ongeweten, ongekendDutch
- desconhecido, desconhecidaPortuguese
- necunoscut, neștiut, obscurRomanian
- непозната, nepoznataSerbo-Croatian
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