unprepared for

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I was not unprepared for jagged rocks and treacherous shoals if I could only have change -- change and the excitement of the unforeseen.
Or, perhaps, you are not unprepared for the announcement I have it in charge to make?
I had carefully prepared myself to take rather a back seat in that ship because of the uncommonly select material that would alone be permitted to pass through the camel's eye of that committee on credentials; I had schooled myself to expect an imposing array of military and naval heroes and to have to set that back seat still further back in consequence of it maybe; but I state frankly that I was all unprepared for this crusher.
The luxury of having slaves of his own to wait upon him was something new and unprepared for.
I was not unprepared for some such outbreak, and without rising replied, calmly enough:
The ape-man, as the girl watched him, seemed entirely unprepared for the charge and she looked to see him borne down and slain at the first rush.
I was surprised, and entirely unprepared for this;--but surely you will allow me to intercede for these poor creatures.
He walked back discontentedly; and so fell into his father's clutches, totally unprepared for the pending announcement, in that formidable quarter, of his departure for London.
In short, the torture was beginning to work its spell upon a brain unprepared for it.
And Athos confessed to himself that, he was unprepared for so prompt a departure; but Raoul was so happy that this reflection effaced everything else from the consideration of his guardian.
I was quite unprepared for the disastrous change that showed itself, when I paid Lord Montbarry my morning visit on the 21st.
As the adventurers had not come unprepared for victory, each individual employed himself in such offices as were best adapted to his strength and situation.