from The Century Dictionary.
- Not perceived; not heeded; not observed; not noticed.
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- adjective Not
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- adjective not perceived or commented on
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The Duke watched his opportunity, slipped in unperceived, and says to the porter, 'Hallo, you sir, a pretty look-out this!' and laughed, and enjoyed the feat, as much as he did when he played the same flank-turning game in war.
"unperceived," says the British account, until the passage had been successfully made.
The world awoke rather abruptly to its danger; but for over seventy years, unperceived, affairs had been shaping toward this very end.
There was a shared disappointment, however, about the TV dramatisations of the Mole books – in one of which, Townsend recalled with distaste, all the main characters seemed to be adopting Birmingham accents, unperceived by the Hungarian director.
Father, with several of our company, had gone there to try to buy flour and I, disobeying my mother in my curiosity to see more of our enemies, had tagged along unperceived.
Agatha listened with respect, her eyes sometimes filled with tears, which she endeavoured to wipe away unperceived; but I generally found that her countenance and tone were more cheerful after having listened to the exhortations of her father.
To this end I resolved to move Crook, unperceived if possible, over to the eastern face of Little North Mountain, whence he could strike the left and rear of the Confederate line, and as he broke it up, I could support him by a left half-wheel of my whole line of battle.
"We shall dissect," said Mielwis, and by means unperceived by Charlie Johns, he caused the chart to change: blip!
The presidential family diaspora carries with it many obligations, perceived and unperceived, imposed and organic.
He further asked: “‘Clear me of unperceived guilt’ [ibid.; i.e., of the sins I committed secretly, unperceived by others].”