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  • adj. Not noticing.


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un- +‎ noticing


  • It must be lovely, I often think, to be as insulated and as unnoticing as my husband.

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  • And I do not believe that man noticed you were a girl—these men are so unnoticing!

    Wicked Will

  • And quite honestly, when you have a person who can talk to you while you watch their O2 stats drops on the monitor behind them, thier hands and arms turn purple before they pass out, all unnoticing anything unusual, you ask the question, 'um, what IS normal for this patient and how do to attain and remain stablized in it in order to discharge them?'

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  • She was thus employed, unnoticing the passage of time, when Mrs. Arlbery tapped at her door, and asked if she wished to dine in her own room.


  • Suddenly her eye encountered that of her father; and his glance, vague and unnoticing as it was, terrified her.

    Eug�nie Grandet

  • Now I wonder why so many readers passed it unnoticing.

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  • They were rapt in contemplation of each other and clearly unnoticing anything else.

    Beast Master's Circus

  • He was so still, so unnoticing, and the darkness of the nape of his neck was so like invisibility.

    The Plumed Serpent

  • M. Emanuel might have passed within reach of my arm: had he passed silent and unnoticing, silent and stirless should I have suffered him to go by.


  • She had learned that the edges of the stairs were less likely to creak, and how to stand perfectly motionless in the shadows while others passed unnoticing.

    Ship Of Destiny


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