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"deceiving the unsuspecting public"
(often followed by `of') not knowing or expecting; not thinking likely
"an unsuspecting victim"; "unsuspecting (or unaware) of the fact that I would one day be their leader"
Of or pertaining to lack of suspicion.
He easily shot the unsuspecting target
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Not imagining that any ill is designed.
When Albion sends her eager sons to war,
Pleas’d, in the gen’ral’s sight, the host lie down
Sudden, before some unsuspecting town;
The captive race, one instant makes our prize,
And high in air Britannia’s standard flies. Alexander Pope.
The numerical value of unsuspecting in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of unsuspecting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of unsuspecting in a Sentence
Obviously, he’s mad about you know the borderline hit there, but there’s different ways to go about it, you can grab a guy and then punch him in the face. But it’s just an unsuspecting guy, it’s a sucker punch.
Such operations and illegal online pharmacies take advantage of unsuspecting Americans by purporting to distribute safe and effective imported drugs, at least some of which are instead expired, mislabeled, subject to recalls or potentially counterfeit and that are provided outside of the closed American distribution system meant to protect patient safety.
We have what can be described as modern-day slavery, human traffickers (as opposed to smugglers) lure unsuspecting migrants with promises of all sorts of opportunity in the U.S., and then hold them hostage once they arrive here with threats of violence against them, or family members back home. Often people who are trafficked are forced to work in the sex trades.
Encouraging the spread of an acute infectious disease in a community demonstrates a callous disregard for the health and safety of friends, family, neighbors, and unsuspecting members of the general public, a person who has contracted chickenpox can be infectious for up to 2 days before experiencing the rash that is associated with the virus.
Massachusetts Democrat Warren:
Companies shouldn't be allowed to offer expensive vacations, prizes and other kickbacks to agents in exchange for selling costly, second-rate investment products to unsuspecting customers.
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