from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not noticed.
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- adj. Not the subject of any remark
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not perceived or commented on
But, if this crisis slides out of the public domain unremarked by the political classes, fishing as an issue is set to come back with a vengeance to haunt the Conservatives.
He rode alone, dressed like one of his own esquires, and gave the word unremarked to the sleepy sentinel at the gate.
While Stoker's Count is not all that indistinguishable from ordinary mortals in most circumstances, Browning's is - although he appears on the streets of London unremarked, which is rather strange in view of his outlandish getup.
*Don't board a taxi that appears (you aren't sure) "unremarked" by the security authorities.
is yet another example of the kind of unremarked-upon warm welcome that one comes to expect in a nearly continual stream, when one is not a subscriber to the orthodoxy at this site.
When it comes to the royal wedding, no detail is too small -- or at least too small to go unremarked upon.
Unremarkable lives went unremarked upon, the way God intended.
In mainstream literature, this assumption is so much a part of the landscape that it goes largely unremarked; anyone who thinks of SF&F as adult literature should not find it sticking in their throat either.
Sometimes women welcome a shroud of invisibility: they cite modesty but also the benefits of being unseen and unremarked.
Condemned by class and education to be part of the faceless grind of Victorian London – unexceptional, unrecognised and unremarked upon – Charles is determined to be a somebody.
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