unware

unware

(ʌnˈwɛə)
adj
1. unwary or incautious; careless
2. unexpected
References in classic literature ?
Victorious deeds Flamed in my heart, heroic acts--one while To rescue Israel from the Roman yoke; Then to subdue and quell, o'er all the earth, Brute violence and proud tyrannic power, Till truth were freed, and equity restored: Yet held it more humane, more heavenly, first By winning words to conquer willing hearts, And make persuasion do the work of fear; At least to try, and teach the erring soul, Not wilfully misdoing, but unware Misled; the stubborn only to subdue.
He is then seen to approach Brian Davidson's cab, apparently unware that while he was out cold, Stewart and gone and Davidson had taken his position at the head of the rank.
She said that she had been unware she did not have the power to initiate a mandatory review to change the Constitution.
into the Bryan class of 'home owners generally unware [sic] of the
In the first week of the campaign the website has already had 7,200 hits, with 68% of those who have checked being unware that they were over the daily recommended allowance of sugar.
Starr seems to forget or is perhaps unware that even before the rise of Islam the sedentary Arabs' most important source of income was from trade.
com) told TMZ she was unware of the charge and is innocent.
During the masterclass, he stated that the audience often sees things in his films that he himself has been unware of.
26) Presumably, this organism is associated with cross-contamination in the operating room or infection in the CB donor who could be immunosuppressed and unware of it.
Around 60% of the population effected with thyroid disorder are unware of the situation.
I am unware of the proposed building of T3 on the 40-acre of land but there is a plan to develop the concerned land to increase capacity at the parking apron at T1 following the development of the aviation industry at KKIA.