unnoticed


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unnoticed

(ʌnˈnəʊtɪst)
adj
not perceived or observed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unnoticed - not noticedunnoticed - not noticed; "hoped his departure had passed unnoticed"
noticed - being perceived or observed; "an easily noticed effect on the rate of growth"
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unnoticed

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Translations

unnoticed

[ˈʌnˈnəʊtɪst] ADJinadvertido, desapercibido
to go or pass unnoticedpasar inadvertido or desapercibido
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unnoticed

[ˌʌnˈnəʊtɪst] adjinaperçu(e)
to go unnoticed, to pass unnoticed → passer inaperçu(e)
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unnoticed

adjunbemerkt; to go or pass unnoticedunbemerkt bleiben; to be unnoticed by somebodyvon jdm nicht bemerkt werden
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unnoticed

[ʌnˈnəʊtɪst] adj to go or pass unnoticedpassare inosservato/a
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References in classic literature ?
But the insult generally passed unnoticed both by the priest and the bellringer.
Not one of them was more attentive than the humble, unnoticed Woggle-Bug, and I acquired in this way a fund of knowledge that I will myself confess is simply marvelous.
The latter, having made a few overtures of friendship which passed unnoticed, resumed his slumbers.
He sat down again, waiting for other visitors to arrive, in order to retreat unnoticed.
But in the Epic poem the absurdity passes unnoticed. Now the wonderful is pleasing: as may be inferred from the fact that every one tells a story with some addition of his own, knowing that his hearers like it.
I am an obscure, unnoticed man, without patron or friend to help me.
She laid her hand on his arm, not daring to speak again; but he left the touch unnoticed, and threw himself into his chair.
She hoped to remain unnoticed, but her white gown revealed her to him.
The sparkle of her eyes, glow of her cheeks, sheen of her falling hair, passed unnoticed in the all- conquering charm of the rose-colored garment.
The two unnoticed foot sol- diers made a little show of going on, but they lingered near in the desire to overhear the con- versation.
In their attention to Father Ephraim, their eyes were turned from Martha Pierson, who grew paler and paler, unnoticed even by Adam Colburn.
To be sure, the by-standers were so fully occupied with their own feelings that my sympathy was quite unnoticed."