unguessed

unguessed

(ʌnˈɡɛst)
adj
unexpected
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She detected unguessed finenesses in him that seemed to bud, day by day, like flowers in congenial soil.
The whites were possessed of unguessed and unthinkable ways and purposes.
He felt the lurking of danger, unseen and unguessed. He was suspicious of the looming bulks of the trees and of the dark shadows that might conceal all manner of perilous things.
"It's a wonderful thing," adds a third; and then everybody looks sideways at you, convinced you are a scoundrel of the blackest dye; and they glory in the beautiful idea that your true character, unguessed by your fellow-men, has been discovered by the untaught instinct of a little child.
He was profoundly struck by an unguessed limitation.
I had got behind my own soul and found unguessed potencies and greatnesses.
I hated to go out without having seen my divine Princess, and held her in my arms once again; but if it were not writ upon the book of Fate that such was to be, then would I take the most that was coming to me, and in these last few moments that were to be vouchsafed me before I passed over into that unguessed future I could at least give such an account of myself in my chosen vocation as would leave the Warhoons of the South food for discourse for the next twenty generations.
His presence was a chill, and Whiskers and Fatty instinctively drew together for protection against the unguessed threat of him.
It is strange how new and unexpected conditions bring out unguessed ability to meet them.
She had felt entirely at ease in his society from the first evening that she had met him, and their acquaintance had grown to a very sensible friendship by the time of the departure of the Ithaca--the rechristened schooner which was to carry them away to an unguessed fate.
All was unseen, much was unguessed; the blind fought the blind; and yet through it all was order, purpose, control.
But Sir James was a power in a way unguessed by himself.