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use "unwitting" in a sentence

He is usually an unwitting victim of Pucca when she is after Garu - for example, when he dressed up like Garu to get chocolates from Pucca, and was beaten with a tree afterwards.

Sacrificing the unwitting Bale to the Space Marines' onslaught, Sindri released the stone's power, ascending to
shedding the burden of less profitable and unwieldy land with its angry residents, Burnside was on its own.

On long narrow wooden skis, precursors to modern cross-country skis, the Finns surround unwieldy columns of ill-trained Soviet conscripts bogged down in the snow, overrun and butcher them piecemeal.

If the site comprises only few levels then there are typically few issues but for more complex site structures with very many site areas, the process of specifying destination site area can be unwieldy and inefficient.

The slices are sometimes eaten folded in half, or even stacked, as its size and flexibility may otherwise make it unwieldy to eat by hand.

He intended to replace the Constitution of 1921, an unwieldy and outmoded document burdened with hundreds of amendments.

Kirn 2001 Similarly, Kirn implies that the "narrative machinery" mentioned by Wood as being somewhat unwieldy also produces a largely superfluous storyline.

Sullivan found that Carr's lyrics were unwieldy and difficult to set to music.

With over 100 amendments, the 1974 Act had become an unwieldy mish-mash of 1950s and 60s prescriptive planning, overlaid with 1990s accountability and financial provisions, with a complicated numbering system.

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