from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Unobtrusively.


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  • Follow them the first time to see how they do, (you can tell them and do it very inobtrusively,).

    Donna Fish: The Ever Expanding Umbilical Cord, or Tweens and Independence

  • If he was "just going outside" as reported by Scott, either to take a dump or inobtrusively leaving to give them permission to leave him behind, what's with his taking his sleeping bag along?


  • Then he took the champagne glass and withdrew as inobtrusively as possible.

    Death in Winter

  • While she was taking the three dolls from the stock below the counter, Reece inobtrusively opened the ring box and set it on the glass shelf near the cash register.

    Fox Fire Light

  • We trust that city leaders will get the job done as efficiently and inobtrusively as possible. - Local News


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