Definitions

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  • adj. Not noteworthy.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ noteworthy

Examples

  • Why should we be surprised that an unitelligent, unskilled, unnoteworthy politician has unconceded?

    Hoffman aides downplay 'un-concession'

  • After three weeks it was clear that ours would be an unnoteworthy rebellion.

    Enjoyment

  • What infuriates a lot of people is the perception that sometimes with the media its bad when a Democrat does it, but unnoteworthy when a Republican does.

    Quote of the Day

  • That would have been fine and relatively unnoteworthy, computer problems happen – except for the fact that yours truly reads this article about Chinese remote controlled pigeons.

    Breakfast Links: Three Series of Related Events : #comments

  • I love finding goodies from otherwise unnoteworthy old movies.

    Another Krazy Kartoon : Scrubbles.net

  • I often, not all that often, wish we could afford to live without close neighbours instead of here in this unnoteworthy north London suburb where to try to keep to oneself is to draw attention to oneself.

    Excerpt: It's All Right Now by Charles Chadwick

  • Dinner provided aboard the train proved unnoteworthy if not for the really nice couple we shared our table with.

    You gonna eat that? Random musings on food and life in Orange County, California » SF Bay trip, part I

  • Between the multiple National Review items York, Frum, McCarthy, Instapundit, Kaus at Slate, the Fox link, not to mention all the right-wing blogs linking to them how many people were subjected to this completely baseless innuendo, all of which was designed to suggest that Bush's eavesdropping is unnoteworthy because Clinton did worse and/or that Hillary illegally bugged poor Princess Diana all for selfish political reasons, etc.

    Hullabaloo

  • Deletionists are elitists who believe that no one should be allowed to get information on subjects they believe to be uninteresting or unnoteworthy.

    Citizendium sets itself up to rival Wikipedia

  • Between the multiple National Review items (York, Frum, McCarthy), Instapundit, Kaus at Slate, the Fox link, not to mention all the right-wing blogs linking to them -- how many people were subjected to this completely baseless innuendo, all of which was designed to suggest that Bush's eavesdropping is unnoteworthy because Clinton did the same (if not worse) and/or that Hillary illegally bugged poor Princess Diana all for selfish political reasons, etc.

    What does this say about their judgment?

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