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unnoticed

Syllabification: un·no·ticed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈnōdəst
 
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Definition of unnoticed in English:

adjective

[usually as complement]
Not noticed: a deliberate kick that went unnoticed by the referee
More example sentences
  • This strength of character has not gone unnoticed by Indian women, who have found much in her to applaud.
  • He had transformed from the quiet and unnoticed prince to the strong and passionate captain.
  • I just kept my end of the deal by staying quiet and unnoticed to the rest of society.

Words that rhyme with unnoticed

protist

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