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unwitting
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • I reproach myself, most bitterly, for having been so unfortunate as to cause the dissension that occurred, although I did so, I assure you, most unwittingly and heedlessly.’
  • ’ "Cherizette," said the Lady Flabella, inserting her mouse-like feet in the blue satin slippers, which had unwittingly occasioned the half-playful half-angry altercation between herself and the youthful Colonel Befillaire, in the Duke of Mincefenille’s SALON DE DANSE on the previous night.

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

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