unsuspect

unsuspect

(ʌnˈsʌspɛkt)
adj
archaic Scot not open to suspicion; not suspect or questionable; trustworthy; not placed under suspicion
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References in classic literature ?
The method is so easy and so unsuspect. You have only to put faint pencil-marks against the tenderest passages in your favourite new poet, and lend the volume to Her, and She has only to leave here and there the dropped violet of a timid confirmatory initial, for you to know your fate.
They who act without sufficient thought, will often fall into unsuspected danger.
To keep for a long time unsuspected, yet always working itself out, another purpose originating in that leading incident, and turning it to a pleasant and useful account at last, was at once the most interesting and the most difficult part of my design.
He had found, not himself, as the phrase goes, but a new soul with unsuspected powers.
But supplementary to this, it has hypothetically occurred to me, that as ordinary fish possess what is called a swimming bladder in them, capable, at will, of distension or contraction; and as the Sperm Whale, as far as I know, has no such provision in him; considering, too, the otherwise inexplicable manner in which he now depresses his head altogether beneath the surface, and anon swims with it high elevated out of the water; considering the unobstructed elasticity of its envelop; considering the unique interior of his head; it has hypothetically occurred to me, I say, that those mystical lung-celled honeycombs there may possibly have some hitherto unknown and unsuspected connexion with the outer air, so as to be susceptible to atmospheric distension and contraction.
The gold which has lain for centuries unsuspected in the ground, reveals itself one day on the surface.
may I take a flower?" I said--and got to the window unsuspected, in that way.
Unsuspected by this dark land, I had the civilization of the nine- teenth century booming under its very nose!
The stratagem was good while it was unsuspected, but after that the marauders simply gave the sagacious United States mail an emetic and sat down to wait.
He developed an unsuspected genius for the arts of a wild and hunted existence.
"Criticism is the best test of such work, for it will show her both unsuspected merits and faults, and help her to do better next time.
Was there a "secret" at Bly--a mystery of Udolpho or an insane, an unmentionable relative kept in unsuspected confinement?