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Definition of "unavowed" [unavowed]

  • Not avowed. (adjective)

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Use "unavowed" in a sentence
  • "The chief executive of Caterpillar, an unavowed fan of Cinquecento garden design, wants to create for his palatial mansion located just outside of his company's world headquarters in Peoria, Illinois, a replica of the gardens of Villa D'Este, an exact copy, in fact, except that it will be planted with native vegetation of Plant Hardiness Zone 5a."
  • "For Obama to do the courageous thing and withdraw would mean having deployed against him the unlimited wrath of the mainstream media, the oil interest, the Israel lobby, the weapons and security industries, all those who have reasons both avowed and unavowed for the perpetuation of American force projection in the Middle East."
  • "Today, American chefs, in their unending hunt for novel match-ups of flavor and texture, have lately been deploying the date in a kaleidoscopic range of recipes, serving an unavowed drupaceous minicuisine to an unsuspecting foodie public."