unnoted

ADJECTIVE
  1. not taken into account
    his retirement was not allowed to go unmarked
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How To Use unnoted In A Sentence

  • besom" and there were two thousand recorded deaths beside multitudes unnoted. De la philosophie de la nature
  • Unnoted by the anti-union forces, however, was the fact that the industrial labor movement itself had become bitterly divided by the summer of 1942.
  • By becoming thus marked, first by circumstances and later, inevitably, by her fame, she lost the power to move on equal terms unnoted among her kind; and the loss for a novelist was serious. The Common Reader
  • Smith heeded her voice, and for another unnoted interval they stood agaze upon their little eminence. White Ashes
  • This amendment almost went unnoted.
  • The progress in Beachwood did not go unnoted in other local papers and municipalities. 2010 March 22 « Beachwood Historical Alliance
  • Ruminating on this unnoted milestone made me consider anew what a unique and gifted screen actor he was. John Farr: Missing Mr. Matthau
  • Almost unnoted, however, was the opposition of one Democratic senator, West Virginia's Robert Byrd, and eight Democratic Congressmen.
  • One celebration that should not pass unnoted occurred at the 92nd Street Y over a recent weekend.
  • But last week's bicentennial of the birth of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow passed largely unnoted, which is noteworthy. Longfellow: A Founder
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