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What is the opposite of known?

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Opposite of publicly acknowledged to be
“This is a wonderful, whimsical, hand-drawn postcard by an unknown artist from the 1920s.”
Opposite of recognized, familiar, or within the scope of knowledge
“A half-hour to the south of this brook lay a little inconspicuous place, quite hidden away in a hollow behind a forest.”
Opposite of certain, incontestable or incontrovertible
Opposite of having exact and discernible limits or form
Opposite of frequent or common
“David had been away for so long that his hometown had became an unfamiliar sight.”
Opposite of capable of being distinguished and named
Opposite of marked by accolades, or having favorable opportunities
“He remained a largely anonymous actor, having failed to score any roles of note in Hollywood.”
Opposite of openly declared or recognized
Opposite of according to a person's own confession or admission
Opposite of implied or inferred, especially without being explicitly expressed
Opposite of revealed or made public
“He was artificially appalled at the thought of somebody actually leaking classified information.”
Opposite of past participle for to be sure of facts through learning and experience
“He seems to misunderstand that dictionaries of the English language are descriptive, not prescriptive.”
Opposite of past participle for to be well versed in
“I know nothing about these mystical stones!”
Opposite of past participle for to go through an experience
“He managed to avoid hard work because he would always delegate it to others.”
Opposite of past participle for to remember or have a recollection of
“In spite of your efforts to repeatedly introduce yourself, eventually, I will forget your name.”
Opposite of past participle for to acknowledge something as fact
“If you can ignore the crown on his head, you will notice his character does not deserve your benevolence.”
Opposite of past participle for to be aware or cognizant of something
“He decided to ignore all advice and proceed along the path riddled with danger signs.”
Opposite of past participle for to recognize the difference or contrast of
“You may confuse them, so allow me to explain the difference between the two words.”
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