Definition of unhoped in US English:

unhoped

adjective

unhoped for
  • Exceeding hope or expectation.

    ‘an unhoped-for piece of good luck’
    • ‘Likewise, an encounter with the unhoped for does not simply call for a response where an object of futural expectation can be enumerated in an isolated sense.’
    • ‘The seat belt, of course, functions to restrain the seat's user in the seat in the unhoped for event of an accident.’
    • ‘It is damaging because it's an unhoped for situation which no employee ever imagined it would happen.’
    • ‘At Slough, the loan of two engines of the series 9 was enough to restore an unhoped boost.’
    • ‘Amid the hope and worry, the fear and anger believe that each day which breaks is you last: the unhoped for hour will be a welcome surprise.’
    unexpected, unanticipated, unforeseen, unpredicted, unlooked-for, unplanned, not bargained for, without warning, without notice
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Pronunciation

unhoped

/ˌənˈhōpt/