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come from nowhere

To arrive or emerge unexpectedly. That car came from nowhere, and by the time I saw it, I couldn't stop. I wasn't expecting this job offer at all—it really came from nowhere.
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come from nowhere

to come as a surprise with no warning. The dogs came from nowhere and attacked my cat. The whole set of problems came from nowhere. There was no way we could have foreseen them.
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It's the anger that comes from nowhere and doesn't go anywhere that's harder to deal with.
| Ryan Ryan: Great how PS92 million comes from nowhere but we're struggling to house homeless, and they've increased tax to pay for a metro mayor no one wants.
He might hold some unpalatable views about Travellers but when a nobody comes from nowhere and gets more than 20% of first-preference votes, they worry.
Though it is true that Stefani and Rossdale are in mediation talks over their parenting styles, the story about her being in love with her ex-husband comes from nowhere as Stefani has also openly declared her love for Shelton several times.
"The guy has been giving Ioannis stick through the course of the game then Van der Weg comes from nowhere and pushes Skondras who took exception to it.
"You may be looking for a player in one position and then another comes from nowhere through those contacts.
Suddenly, a "car comes from nowhere." The child is hit and killed, and the car takes off.
He said: "At first I thought I saw something move across the sky so that's when I got my camera on my phone and that UFO just comes from nowhere.
He comes from nowhere and scores a goal in the box."
Change doesn't always lead to improvement, but improvement comes from nowhere else.
It comes from nowhere, and he shouts, rants and threatens whoever happens to be on the receiving end.
"If it is good information which comes from nowhere it is all right, but this is wrong information that comes from nowhere and it is completely wrong."
"They call my role in the industry 'the voice of God' because it comes from nowhere and leads into all this news about the world."
"None of us ever thinks we're going to get cancer, when you hear those words it comes from nowhere. I'm a very strong individual and I found it very difficult to take in.
There is usually a player who comes from nowhere and makes a name for himself and, who knows, it could be him this summer.