Color me unsurprised; I never got the Groupon business model.
Jules would already have found him—he wondered, with the shadow of a smile, whether Jules would still have been unsurprised!
She drove to the hotel and met the cordial, unsurprised greeting of the clerk.
"Rupert knew," Corrie presently divined, as the unsurprised mechanician lounged toward them.
There was on their thin little faces a patient and unsurprised resignation.
It was a woman's voice, pleasant, unsurprised, perfectly modulated.
Now and then a laborer passed them with an unsurprised greeting.
She told the unsurprised clerk at the bureau that her rooms were to be held for her, but that she would be absent for five days.
He looked down at her, unsurprised, and paused in his knocking.
He would be nineteen in a few months now, time to attain a calm, mature, unsurprised acceptance of the world.
late 14c., "unexpected attack or capture," from Middle French surprise "a taking unawares," from noun use of past participle of Old French surprendre "to overtake," from sur- "over" (see sur-) + prendre "to take," from Latin prendere, contracted from prehendere "to grasp, seize" (see prehensile). Meaning "something unexpected" first recorded 1590s, that of "feeling caused by something unexpected" is c.1600. Meaning "fancy dish" is attested from 1708.
A Surprize is ... a dish ... which promising little from its first appearance, when open abounds with all sorts of variety. [W. King, "Cookery," 1708]Surprise party originally was a military detachment (1841); festive sense is attested from 1858.
A person who ''surfs'': People are taking the trouble to put the professional sports schedules on line, to be consulted by any surfer of cyberspace (1990s+)