unforetold

unforetold

(ˌʌnfɔːˈtəʊld)
adj
not foretold
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The court has had to deal with an unforetold amount of pressure in the run up to the announcement of the verdict.
From without the World, though all things may be forethought in music or foreshown in vision from afar, to those who enter verily into Ea each in its time shall be met at unawares as something new and unforetold" (Silm.
CHRONICLE OF A PRIZE UNFORETOLD: FRANCISCO ROTHHAMMER RECEIVES THE CHILEAN NATIONAL SCIENCE AWARD 2016 (1)
Sounding the alarm of a deepening electricity, water and general corruption crisis, Fadlullah blamed it all on what he termed as "a corrosive compromising of partnership and exclusive clinging onto power decision-making." Also, hinting that the self-deluded may be causing unforetold suffering for ordinary people and, at all levels, Fadlullah urged Future protagonists to talk to Aoun in his capacity as a major interlocutor in the country.
In health and education, the use of mobile devices opens up unforetold possibilities.
"Chronicle of Deflation Unforetold," Journal of Political Economy 117, no.
If the emergence of car and children as keywords is unforetold, the reverse is true of water and river: because the opening paragraphs of "The Love of a Good Woman" appear particularly to prospect that the story will tell inter alia of how someone came to drown in a river, it is expectable that there will be prominent subsequent mention of water.
In the late 1970s, Hyde joined with Demi O'Byrne, a move which led to unforetold success.
Each experience has afforded me unforetold opportunities, so I now always look forward to what each new move will bring.
Biotechnology products such as erythropoietin and interferon are rapidly becoming available, with a huge potential market and an enormous total price tag.(107) In the future, an unforetold range of genetic therapies is likely to become available(108) at a potentially extraordinary additional cost.
Value Added Tax (VAT) only serves to weigh hard-pressed consumers down by unforetold increases in services, including water and electricity etc.