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
Recent Examples of inconspicuous from the Web
According to a new report from People, however, the inconspicuous nature of their as-yet unconfirmed relationship is entirely intentional.
Nearby, tiny white flowers hung bell-like from high bush blueberry plants, while the inconspicuous low bush varieties invited closer inspection.
Now downstairs, the new, more inconspicuous space features red walls juxtaposed by cream couches and geometric coffee tables.
During his trial, Asahara often used diapers and sat on a cushion intended to make his incontinence inconspicuous.
Curlews, when incubating their eggs, are inconspicuous.
Then Congress passed the Hyde Amendment in 1976 to bar the use of federal funds to pay for abortions, named for its sponsor U.S. Rep. Henry Hyde, then a relatively inconspicuous freshman congressman from the west suburbs.
Others can be as tiny and inconspicuous as a grain of rice.
Chris Brugnola’s Canton kitchen is rather inconspicuous; its exposed brick wall and granite countertops hardly give away his secrets.
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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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