Define unknown. unknown synonyms, unknown pronunciation, unknown translation, English dictionary definition of unknown. adj. 1. Not known; unfamiliar: a problem unknown in earlier times. 2.
a thing, influence, area, factor, or person that is unknown: the many unknowns in modern medicine; The director cast an unknown in the leading role.
· Unknown is a solid, twisty caper/thriller, about a kidnapping that somehow goes wrong; we pick up the action the same time that our protagonist (or is he?) does, so we have to piece things together with him. And, as it turns out, with the others in the warehouse, each of whom has suffered short-term memory loss/10(K).
un·known (ŭn-nōn′) adj. 1. Not known; unfamiliar: a problem unknown in earlier times. 2. Not identified, ascertained, or established: received flowers from an unknown admirer. 3. Not well known or widely known: an unknown artist. n. 1. a. That which is unknown: investigating the unknown. b. Something that is not known: This case has many unknowns.
Unknown definition, not known; not within the range of one's knowledge, experience, or understanding; strange; unfamiliar. See more.
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