unknown

55 antonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ʌnnˈə͡ʊn], [ʌnnˈə‍ʊn], [ʌ_n_n_ˈəʊ_n]
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Antonyms for Unknown:

best-known, better-known, celebrated, conventional, derivative, distinguished, eminent, established, estimable, exceptional, fabled, fabulous, famous, far-famed, favorite, glorious, great, hackneyed, honorable, identified, illustrious, imitative, important, infamous, influential, known, leading, legendary, major, newsworthy, notable, noted, noteworthy, notorious, old, onymous, outstanding, popular, preferred, prestigious, prominent, proverbial, remarkable, renowned, reputable, respectable, significant, suspected, time-honored, tired, traditional, tried, tried and true, warmed-over, well-known.

Usage examples of Unknown:

  1. To Walter, and Lora, and Marion, all this remained unknown "The White Gauntlet",Mayne Reid.
  2. Fortune can present no grief of unknown form to me! "Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson",Thomas Jefferson.
  3. The reason of this is unknown "Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II",Caius Cornelius Tacitus.

Rhymes for Unknown:

  1. known, zone, moan, loan, blown, bone, phone, scone, hone, clone, grown, lone, cone, cohn, shown, tone, stone, mon, drone, groan, crone, rhone, prone, own, shone, thrown, sewn, sown, roan, throne;
  2. condone, capone, dethrone, postpone, bemoan, cyclone, alone, hipbone, intone, malone, homegrown, trombone, atone, disown, cologne;
  3. unbeknown, calderon, bourguignon, overthrown, overgrown, overblown;

Quotes for Unknown:

  1. On this narrow planet, we have only the choice between two unknown worlds. One of them tempts us- ah! what a dream, to live in that! - the other stifles us at the first breath. Sidonie Gabrielle Colette.
  2. Even though the vast majority of my work was outside television, the amount of creation and inventing that went into the TV shows was non stop and, unknown to me, a great strain. Paul Daniels.
  3. Everyone who achieves success in a great venture, solves each problem as they came to it. They helped themselves. And they were helped through powers known and unknown to them at the time they set out on their voyage. They keep going regardless of the obstacles they met. W. Clement Stone.

Idioms of Unknown:

  1. an unknown quantity;