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  • a  not surprised or expressing surprise

  • The reader is at once unsurprised and informed, wholly aware of what it must have been like to belong to such a family and such a religion at such a time.
  • Visited several blocks from the White House in the dumpy town house that served as his campaign headquarters, he was unrepentant and unsurprised.
  • What makes A Brighter Sun shine more steadily than most current fiction is a freshness of speech and locale that is as welcome as its direct, unsurprised look at life.
News & Articles

  • Does Shake Shack Taste Different In London? Our Review Of Shake Shack UK
            Shake Shack opened its London branch last week on July 5th, and you'll be unsurprised to know the basics are all there: The epic line ( erm, queue ) which snaked around the back of the Covent Garden location from the get go. The distinctive graphic design. The tables made from reclaimed bowling alleys—"in Brooklyn," which a sign proudly announces. The cute locally themed concretes, like ...
    July 8, 2013 - Gothamist
Quotes

  • Chris Bowen in NEWS.com.au
    It was always going to be the case with FuelWatch and I'm particularly unsurprised about the comments (from Mr Xenophon) this morning,Mr Bowen said.
  • David Sirota in Tallahassee Democrat
    Commentator/activist David Sirota says that Obama is afraid to antagonize the "Washington ruling class," and he sneeringly observes, "We should be thankful when Dear Leader's whims serve the people - but also unsurprised when they don't."
  • Rob Enderle in InternetNews.com
    I'm not hearing anything on that product. If someone told me they pulled it out of the market I would be unsurprised,Enderle said.

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