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unwitting
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David Copperfield
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  • I looked at the old house from the corner of the street, but did not go nearer to it, lest, being observed, I might unwittingly do any harm to the design I had come to aid.
  • ’But I am not prepared,’ he went on, ’to deny — perhaps I may have been, without knowing it, in some degree prepared to admit — that I may have unwittingly ensnared that lady into an unhappy marriage.

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  • She unwittingly bought and sold stolen merchandise.
  • She was an unwitting accomplice in the crime.

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