[ US /ənˈnoʊtɪst/ ]
[ UK /ʌnnˈə‍ʊtɪsd/ ]
  1. not noticed
    hoped his departure had passed unnoticed
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How To Use unnoticed In A Sentence

  • In closing, I would like to reflect upon what I think was the most disturbing, and unnoticed, subtheme of Van Sant's film biography of Harvey Milk. Archive 2009-01-01
  • In the confusion that followed, she managed to slip away unnoticed.
  • What is so alarming about the commissioner's report is the revelation that so many relatively minor inroads on civil liberties have gone unremarked and unnoticed.
  • For years, HPV testing was a relatively small, unnoticed component of the medical economy, struggling to find its place in medical diagnostics.
  • It cannot have gone unnoticed that our global power has waned in tandem with the waning of our pants. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was a little unnoticed "shaver" -- the errand boy of the house -- not quite ten years old. My Own Life Story
  • However, breaking the law often starts with unethical behaviour that has gone unnoticed.
  • Feeding soldiers is not a glamorous business; for the most part it is an administrative function that goes unnoticed.
  • The waitress returned to their table with their orders, but the food was left unnoticed.
  • We get so close to our materials that it's easy to miss things and your detail oriented proofer can catch mistakes that could be a deal breaker if left unnoticed. Caroline Dowd-Higgins: Convene Your Personal Board of Directors
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