I'm not surprised

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I'm not surprised.

 and I don't wonder.
It is not surprising.; It should not surprise anyone. Mary: All this talk about war has my cousin very worried. Sue: No doubt. At his age, I don't wonder. John: All of the better-looking ones sold out right away. Jane: I'm not surprised.
See also: not, surprise
References in classic literature ?
I don't wonder at your feelings, at all; but oh, do be careful--do, do--for my sake--for Harry's
Well, I don't wonder at that; it's a grand old house.
In the wild effort to cram all sorts of research into six hours a day I don't wonder if the children feel like the little boy who was taken to see the biograph.
I don't wonder that the old gentleman wants to keep it from you.
I can't stop to measure insteps on algebra days; I've noticed your habit of keeping a foot in the aisle ever since you had those new shoes, so I don't wonder it was stepped on.
You won't believe a word he says--I'm sure I don't wonder.
I don't wonder that my uncle got a little jumpy if he lived all alone in such a house as this.
I know your father's work quite well," she declared, "and I don't wonder that you have made a pilgrimage here.
After hearing about that Carrie, and the rest, I don't wonder he is fussy.
Pon my soul, I don't wonder," said Strickland, with his eyes on the ceiling-cloth.
Still, I don't wonder he acts so, sleeping under this paper for three months.
I don't wonder Lady Pagden was so anxious to get rid of her.
I don't wonder at them now, and I don't blame them either.
Before she answered, that sweet, puckered look came into her forehead, which Arthur, I call him Arthur from her habit, says he loves, and indeed, I don't wonder that he does.
I am sure I don't wonder at it, for my nerves are quite torn to pieces.