unforeheard

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

un- +‎ foreheard

AdjectiveEdit

unforeheard (not comparable)

  1. Not foreheard; not heard in advance.
    • 1984, Dominic Gill, The Book of the Violin, page 148:
      [] for an educational masterpiece it does remain despite the unforeheard, inartistic results which certain features of his mastery are producing.
    • 2020, Benedict Taylor, Rethinking Mendelssohn, page 344:
      Like Mendelssohn (whose concern is with a phenomenon worth thinking more about, the unforeheard), Derrida drops the onset of the sacred []