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/ʌnˈhɛr əl dɪd/
appearing without fanfare, publicity, or advance acclaim:
The young pianist proved to be an unheralded genius.
appearing without warning or prior announcement; unexpected.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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They're the unsung,
and unrecognized heroes of the rangeland ecosystem.
Amid all the destruction, however, the blast stimulated
interest in eruptions and sparked many careers in volcanology.
Seldom has such an auspicious event gone by so
What's more, this
acceleration has been going on for the past five billion years.
By and large, community colleges do a remarkable and largely
job of fulfilling that mission.
Their work is
and unrecognized: if captured they will receive neither mercy nor recognition.
Then came a big and, at first, largely
change of direction.
guest who is honored by mere indifference may think himself blessed with singular good-fortune.
In fact the mechanical pencil has changed, though so gradually that its progress has gone largely
session musicians and orchestra members, who are paid flat fees, often do better in the end.
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not previously announced, notified, or expected
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Bounds should be set To ingenuity for being so cruel In bringing change unheralded on the unready.