- adj.不怀疑的，无猜疑的; 可信任的; 未料到的，未猜想到的;
He had crept up on his unsuspecting victim from behind.
Numerous pitfalls await unsuspecting investors.
She overtipped the unsuspecting, decent man - her porter.
她多付了些小费给那个对人信而不疑, 庄重正经的男子 -- 搬运工.
Those are foisted on an unsuspecting public.
We were unsuspecting of the fact that he was the very boss there.
Suppose a single unsuspecting man was on the siding?
A Malaysian flower mantis, which crouches among flowers awaiting unsuspecting prey.
This is an enemy who preys on innocent and unsuspecting people.
The clerk passed off a synthetic diamond to that unsuspecting customer.
He goosed the unsuspecting girl.
They advanced on their unsuspecting brother.
Most plant species are protected by laws carrying stiff fines, even for unsuspecting tourists.
Finally, an unsuspecting patron spilled the beans, and Mr. Perry got his man.
The monkeys scare passers - by, and occasionally bite or snatch food from unsuspecting visitors.
When the hunter saw the unsuspecting mountain buck, he shot his arrow and killed him instantly.
1. not suspicious;
"deceiving the unsuspecting public"
2. (often followed by `of') not knowing or expecting; not thinking likely;
"an unsuspecting victim"
"unsuspecting (or unaware) of the fact that I would one day be their leader"