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- adv. In an inconspicuous manner; so as not to attract attention or appear unusual or out of the ordinary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inconspicuous manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a manner intended to avoid attracting attention
The Fall is the creation of frontman, lyricist, and professional-interview-drunk (I'm assuming he's a professional, as he always looks drunk in interviews and is usually rather "inconspicuously" drinking a beer)
What could I carry "inconspicuously" on my bike???
The device conceals an entire bottle of wine, which the wearer can sip inconspicuously through a tube.
Streaming tears inconspicuously cloaked by a veil.
Our heroes very inconspicuously left the pirate bar and followed the lady to a rather rich-looking house with some strange-looking lumps in the front yard.
She hung about in and near the Plaza de Arms, General MuÃ±iz Paola one day asked where Victoria was, and she was told Â “She diedÂ …, Â” thus, as she had lived, inconspicuously.
Mint marks are made as inconspicuously as possible without losing there main function.
Simply hit F8 inconspicuously and let them do what they want to do.
This one was actually designed for the CIA and FBI, to spy more inconspicuously.
When the theatre let out, the two gangs strung along inconspicuously on opposite sides of the street.
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