unremarked

[ US /ənɹɪˈmɑɹkt/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪmˈɑːkt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not perceived or commented on
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How To Use unremarked In A Sentence

  • The fact that Jordan was perhaps the first African-American sports figure to be able to achieve such a high-demand status within the corporate world goes unremarked by Pierce as well.
  • Society actually has structured the legal system in a way that provides adolescents with enhanced protections but those protections often go unnoticed, unremarked, and unused.
  • Evidence of this is seen in the steady, yet unremarked, rise in interracial marriage rates for all of our races.
  • Selfishly speaking, I am almost tempted to let this state of affairs pass unremarked.
  • But they did manage one collective action that ought not go unremarked.
  • Taking the skirt off was even more difficult than putting it on, which didn't go unremarked upon by the two men standing by the side of the canal.
  • The modern taste for celebrity politics is now such that these things pass almost unremarked.
  • I mean, these are just not the sort of comments that are going to go unremarked upon in the media.
  • It's sad and depressing, and I don't want it to become merely taken for granted and unremarked.
  • Selfishly speaking, I am almost tempted to let this state of affairs pass unremarked.
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