unmissed

unmissed

(ʌnˈmɪst)
adj
not missed, unnoticed
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Magnificence there was, with some rude attempt at taste; but of comfort there was little, and, being unknown, it was unmissed.
It's an opportunity for peace than cannot go unmissed.
This was just as well in the case of Aveika, a new "modern Japanese" joint on the Quayside that has risen from the unmissed ashes of a bar called Chase.
The personality and mischievous element of the product can't go unmissed having Lulu Guinness herself at the forefront of the design team."
Eight years after Game Over, an unmissed franchise is revived in '4D' - at least we're spared the Aromascope.
My Royal aged silently, unseen, unmissed. Any correspondence I had--personal letters and bills and thank-you notes and condolence letters and invitation cards--was handwritten, another standard practice then, although my scrawl exploded the norms of penmanship as taught in traditional grade schools, not the one I attended where halls and classrooms resounded with the din of students stepping, trudging, skipping, stomping, ambling to the music of their "different drummer," as Thoreau put it in a quote stenciled on a wall in the school's library.
the corrugation, the unmissed boulders lying on the road, the dirt sticking to the new suspension.
Patient safety has not gone unmissed in New Zealand.
These links are new, unmissed in their original, beautifully labeled, ten-link cardboard boxes.
It can be pushed the limit and still have power to spare, ensuring that no holiday moment goes unmissed and boredom is always kept at bay."
For our mains, try as we might, the artistic skills of the Japanese chef playing with his daggers and knives behind a steaming teppenyaki counter couldn't go unmissed. Like moths to the fire, we were drawn toward him for firsts, seconds and - mortifying confession - even thirds!
COUNCILLORS come and go, most forgotten and unmissed when they say goodbye to their expenses and the opportunity to pontificate at great and tedious length.