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  • adj. Not notable.


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  • Seyfried's portfolio to date would not suggest much depth -- a beautiful young soap opera actress who starred in Mean Girls just out of high school, then in several TV series and the unnotable film adoption of the musical Momma Mia!

    Stanton Peele: Three Actressing Tour de Forces

  • And Major Hasan actually left and it was very unnotable.

    CNN Transcript Nov 5, 2009

  • What is notable is how unnotable comments like these are.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • It is hard to understand how one can pretend that to suddenly stick the "liberal" label on Bush, even partially, is unnotable and really nothing new.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • Like all Kerry statements, the ideas it expresses are actually quite pedestrian and unnotable.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • There was a trio playing in the corner on a wooden stage, but the place's brick walls made the sound harsh and mostly unnotable.

    The Concrete Blonde

  • The business was the bottom floor of the fourteen-story J.C. Stock Building, a structure unnotable save for the glass vault room that protruded in a half circle from the first-floor facade.

    The Concrete Blonde

  • The remote and -- as far as record dwelt on him -- obviously unnotable ancestor who had built it as a stronghold in an almost unreachable spot upon the highest moors had doubtlessly had picturesque reasons for the structure, but these were lost in the dim past and appeared on the surface, unexplainable to a modern mind.


  • Here and there a house, small and unnotable like the trees.

    Say and Seal, Volume I

  • Gossip mostly sweet, unnotable; for the very Dragoons are French and gallant; nor as yet has the Paris-and-Verdun Diligence, with its leathern bag, rumbled in, to terrify the minds of men.

    The French Revolution


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