Unaware in a sentence as an adjective

Baker has worked with Eich at mozilla for 15 years and says that she was unaware of Eich's views on gay marriage.

There may very well be an underwater struggle going on day-to-day that we're entirely unaware of!

Let's just ignore him, and start startups and get everyone to accept our vendor lock-in and remain blissfully unaware how we're harming everyone.

There are so many ******* developers out there who are totally unaware of their own value, and will take a salary significantly less than they're worth.

How many were entirely unaware of the US government's terrible record of following international law?

Most Americans remain completely unaware of the events of the 1953 coup; This makes any mention of the '79 revolution without the context of the '53 coup propaganda, plain and simple.

Unaware definitions


(often followed by `of') not aware; "seemed unaware of the scrutiny"; "unaware of the danger they were in"; "unaware of the newborn hope"; "the most unaware person I've known"

See also: incognizant