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  • adv. In an unnoticeable manner.

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  • adv. in an imperceptible manner or to an imperceptible degree


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unnoticeable +‎ -ly


  • The result is supposed to be an improved book -- but at the same time unnoticeably so.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • This kind of prose goes down as easily and unnoticeably as a glass of sparkling water, with no aftertaste.

    Matthew Yglesias » Packer on Journalism

  • He also kept things that belonged to her (and perhaps also to him before they got divorced), and slowly, almost unnoticeably, his feelings towards her changed.

    Brad Balfour: Exclusive Q&A: The Jewish-Mexican Experience Via Mariana Chenillo's Award-Winning Film

  • Originally conceived as something static (or even descending, owing to a process of degradation), the Ladder of Perfection was temporalized in the eighteenth century and merged almost unnoticeably into evolutionary theories such as that of Lamarck.

    Against Darwinism

  • But it is, and not unnoticeably so, something Harvey holds on to, which is something that touches Julianne when she spies him holding.


  • Now, though, he jumps on the window seat as gently, as unnoticeably, as a feather blown across sand.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • As it must be commented on — for it's hardly unnoticeably — we are told that the soundtrack is an exaltation of one or several of the divine's multitudinous attributes but we are sure it's a paean to the hidden but knowable geological forces at work eternally shaping the landscape.

    Earth-Fountain Spotted!

  • Magick that had once gone to provide the most comfortable possible life for the citizens of the Golden City, the City of a Thousand Bells, would be squandered'to the Armethaliehans 'way of thinking-invisibly and unnoticeably, far from home and hearth.

    Tran Siberian

  • My favorite part is when Michaele yanks her husband, who seems intent on passing through as quickly and unnoticeably as possible, back to the limelight for the enthusiastic flashes going off.

    Vicki Iovine: Girlfriends' Guide: The Blonde Factor

  • The Silarus begins almost unnoticeably in the north, winding through a maze of hills.

    The Spartacus War


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  • Has all the vowels in reverse order.

    January 14, 2010