from The Century Dictionary.
- Not obvious, evident, or manifest.
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- adjective Not
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- adjective not immediately apparent
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I saw no point in being unobvious about it, since you are such a complete idiot.
Lou Anders is looking for unobvious books that belong in every fantasy collection.
The source material is as unobvious as having a diva like Whitney sing over a track that stomps so forcefully is a no-brainer.
Goats, Yvo and Monster already knew it was me despite Zach trying to make it unobvious putting it in the Intro.
Say I am Ron Rivest, one of the creators of the RSA cryptography, a clearly novel and unobvious invention.
Theoretically a government provides some form of compensation — military services, police services, fire services, court services, “bread and circuses” to distract the masses who might act as overt thieves otherwise — but such compensation, even moreso in the last fifty-odd years — can be indirect, unobvious, and/or useless.
Because Beijing is in some ways an unobvious place to visit – it's so big, so forbidding, so grey – but as a fantasy resident of the largest Communist country on earth, it makes you alive to the joys of capitalism.
Read on, because the reasons are entirely unobvious, but extremely insidious.
Our senators, representatives and the many tourists who visit the Capitol have almost overlooked the Feminine Principle so blatantly obvious for those who recognize the unobvious obvious.
There is an unobvious obvious that Dan Brown did not touch on in his latest book, but then he was developing his plot based on Freemason symbols and these are really universal symbols.