Examples of inconspicuous in a Sentence
She tried to remain as inconspicuous as possible so that no one would see her there.
left an inconspicuous scratch on the wall
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The video begins with Selena playing the role of an inconspicuous wallflower at a party.
The battery, housed in a half-inch-thick disk on the top, is inconspicuous.
By contrast, the entrance of the private equity guru Stephen A. Schwarzman and his wife, Christine, was inconspicuous.
An inconspicuous play Tuesday underscored the progress Lake Central’s Jessi Kiefor has made since she was involved in a car crash in August.
With one stroke, the inconspicuous outsider assumes a position of supremacy, on a battlefield of pure good against pure evil.
Usually, resolutions that emerge from the inconspicuous Post Office and Civil Service Committee are of a narrow or seemingly personal nature.
In 1980, Massachusetts decided to allow quiet and inconspicuous cameras in the state courts but they are not allowed in any federal courts yet.
The building is inconspicuous, with only a blue banner on top of the door announcing what’s inside.
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INCONSPICUOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inconspicuous for English Language Learners
: not very easy to see or notice : not conspicuous
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