unprovokedly

unprovokedly

(ˌʌnprəˈvəʊkɪdlɪ)
adv
in an unprovoked manner
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He must have been very angry to go out and unprovokedly stab those women.
And you engaged in thuggish mindless violence by unprovokedly assaulting someone in the gents' toilets, someone who has suffered considerable pain and disability since the assault.
Such as: Stacey Koon had previously--on his own time--investigated and gotten charges brought against a cop who unprovokedly beat two black transients.