unnoted


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unnoted

(ʌnˈnəʊtɪd)
adj
not noted or observed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unnoted - not taken into accountunnoted - not taken into account; "his retirement was not allowed to go unmarked"
unnoticed - not noticed; "hoped his departure had passed unnoticed"
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whose constant knight Her favour fired to feats of might; Unnoted shall she not remain, Where meet the bright and noble train; Minstrel shall sing and herald tell
Absorbed in thoughts born of this mood, he suffered the time to slip away unnoted.
Here he stood unnoted, though keenly observant himself, until one of the chiefs apprised the latter of his presence.
The northern squadron of Asiatics came into the battle unnoted by Bert, except that the multitude of ships above seemed presently increased.
Now and then that sort of enthusiasm finds a far-echoing voice that comes from an experience springing out of the deepest need; and it was by being brought within the long lingering vibrations of such a voice that Maggie, with her girl's face and unnoted sorrows, found an effort and a hope that helped her through years of loneliness, making out a faith for herself without the aid of established authorities and appointed guides; for they were not at hand, and her need was pressing.
Her story then remained largely out of public view until a month before the 2016 presidential election, when the website The Smoking Gun published an account that went mostly unnoted by major news organizations.
The casual passer-by can admire the arcing parabolas of wire fencing, read the warning notice thoughtfully posted by the construction company, note that they are probably being monitored by CCTV, and read the posters advertising the delights of joining the construction industry, which although unnoted, presumably include the careful preparation of sites like this that are untroubled by the agitation of work.
The casual passerby can admire the arcing parabolas of the wire fencing, read the warning notice thoughtfully posted by the construction company, note that they are probably being monitored by CCTV, and read the posters advertising the delights of joining the construction industry, which although unnoted, presumably include the careful preparation of sites like this that are untroubled by the agitation of work.
lobbyists in this fight was hardly unnoted or uncontroversial at the time.
Unnoted in the fanfare, as Harry Levine points out, were the nearly one million arrest warrants still outstanding--an average of about one for every eight New Yorkers--which are surely not racially neutral, though this cannot be known for sure because the police don't release statistics on warrants, including their geographical distribution.
By analyzing a previously unnoted allusion in King Lear, I argue that Shakespeare unconsciously displays three things: an independent habit of mind, skepticism toward the literary canon, and a preference for subversive artistic practice.
Therefore, we propose that AIH patients with cirrhosis who do not meet the treatment indications should undergo liver biopsy, by which the unnoted active inflammation may be identified to compensate for absence of treatment indicators.