• When someone says that something comes as no surprise, it means that it was expected.

  • Will not be surprising to learn.

  • Completely expected.

1. It came as no surprise that the government officials had received black money.

 

2. It came as no surprise that the U.S. athlete won the gold medal this year.

 

3. It comes as no surprise that Danny is good to his family.

 

4. It was unexpected but I suppose it comes as no surprise that the CEO stepped down from his position.

awaited, coming, contemplated, envisioned, expected, forseeable, foreseen, foretold, likely, predictable, predicted, proposed, scheduled

Above par

Idioms, examples and more. Come on in, we’re ready to help you learn!

read more

A heart of stone

Use our Phrase of the Day to upgrade your language skills or check out our blog where we tell you what’s in the education world. We have hundreds of videos where you can learn vocabulary in minutes! Let WORDPIE help you learn!

read more
Page 30 of 95« First...1020...2829303132...405060...Last »

Related Posts

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This