Taggart turned, startled by the unprecedented phenomenon of an implacable anger in Eddie’s voice.
It’s a disaster, an unprecedented disaster-and nobody can make any sense out of it.
But this is totally unprecedented.
Dr. Stadler glanced at him with astonishment-the lack of apology was unprecedented-and said dryly, "It seems to me that you are spending a great deal of your time in Washington."
Please believe me that this is unprecedented.
"This is unprecedented," he said.
Eddie Willers rose slowly to his feet and stood looking at Taggart with an odd kind of dutiful curiosity, as if this were one more phenomenon to observe among all the unprecedented things he had observed.
They said it might be a natural phenomenon, some sort of cosmic disturbance of an unprecedented kind, only-
The New York executives did not care, thought Mitchum; they did not care whether Mr. Chalmers reached his meeting on time, or whether an unprecedented catastrophe struck their rails; they cared only about making sure that they would not be blamed for either.
"I told him …. that that’s not true …. that we’re not …. that I’m not a …. " He shook his head violently, as if his own words were some unprecedented form of danger.
There are no more uses of "unprecedented" in the book.
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Human impact on the environment is increasing at an unprecedented rate.
The targeting of civilians is unprecedented in the conflict.