What is the meaning of without notice?

: without informing the person or people involved Terms of the agreement are subject to change without notice.

What do you mean by without prior notice?

Definition of without prior notice : without having told the people involved The contract was canceled without prior notice.

What does the meaning of acquiesce?

to accept, agree, or give consent
: to accept, agree, or give consent by keeping silent or by not making objections They acquiesced to the demands. acquiesce. intransitive verb. ac·​qui·​esce | \ ˌa-kwē-ˈes \

What is the verb form of notice?

notice. transitive verb. noticed; noticing. Legal Definition of notice (Entry 2 of 3) 1 : to make known through notice appeals noticed for the coming session a noticed shareholder meeting.

What phrase could be used to replace the phrase without warning?

What is another word for without warning?

unheralded unannounced
unanticipated unforeseen
unpredicted without notice
without prior notice out of the blue
sudden abrupt

What is a word for without realizing?

Subconsciously. [Without your mind working well] Mindlessly. [Without thinking]

What is the meaning of prior notice?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English prior warning/noticea warning or announcement made before something happens The society must give customers prior notice before changing the cost.

What is Lequescent?

Definition of lequescent: °Inactive, at rest, quiet. “The bats were quiescent at that time of day, so we slowly entered the cave.”

What means gastronomical?

1 : the art or science of good eating. 2 : culinary customs or style Chinese gastronomy.

Is notice a noun or verb?

notice. / (ˈnəʊtɪs) / noun. the act of perceiving; observation; attentionto escape notice. take notice to pay attention; attend.

What is the past form verb of notice?

notice ​Definitions and Synonyms ​‌‌‌

present tense
he/she/it notices
present participle noticing
past tense noticed
past participle noticed

What is a word for a sudden change?

A situation of panic or disorder. upheaval. tumult. uproar. cataclysm.