unnoticeable

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[ UK /ʌnnˈə‍ʊtɪsəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not noticeable; not drawing attention
    her clothes were simple and unnoticeable
  2. not drawing attention
    an obscure flaw
    an unnoticeable cigarette burn on the carpet
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How To Use unnoticeable In A Sentence

  • The wire had been led with cunning, virtually unnoticeable. CORMORANT
  • They also unequivocally demonstrate that noticeable change can emerge on its own by summing up the steady unnoticeable work of incremental deletions of the unfit.
  • Both are very slimming through the hips and the elastic waists are unnoticeable under a top.
  • Occasionally, a small shudder reverberated through her frame, almost as unnoticeable as her father's slow, measured breathing.
  • So I was that unnoticeable that it took her three weeks for her to notice me.
  • The curve can even bend twice, twisting the back into an S-shape, though this is often unnoticeable and the back can appear quite straight because the curves counteract each other.
  • The introduction of change may be most acceptable and often unnoticeable through new media such as video screens.
  • For Riley, perception, not paint, is the medium and so, when she switches from emulsion to acrylic to oil, the change is almost unnoticeable.
  • Do I withhold the trigger happy finger and watch the bear as unnoticeable, I hope, as any random bush?
  • She went to the door, the elegant swish of her skirts the only sound in the room aside from the unnoticeable crackle of the fireplace in the wall.
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