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
Ads starring Jeff Bridges peddled the model as a low-frills, inconspicuous luxury car.
She’s supported by a subtly inconspicuous band on her debut album, with the other musicians mostly staying out of the way of her precise playing and plaintive vocals.
The midfielder was stepping up his recovery from injury by taking part in the match in Premier League 2, when he was involved in an aerial challenge with Marsh, which seemed inconspicuous.
Update, 6/5: A representative has confirmed that Disneyland *will* be open June 15 as a regular business day, meaning North West will be a normal, totally inconspicuous kid all the other kids' parents gawk at.
Since then, the 65-year-old coaching legend has been leading a quiet, inconspicuous life of quasi-retirement.
The talk show star examined the tattoos on Jenner’s fingers, a heart and a dot, done in white ink to be inconspicuous.
The picture itself was pretty inconspicuous — just a regular shirtless selfie showing off his tatted chest.
An avalanche in the brain is basically a small, generally inconspicuous event that triggers a massive cascade of neuronal activity.
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Origin and Etymology of inconspicuous
First Known Use: circa 1828See Words from the same year
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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