take much notice of

idiom

: to pay a lot of attention to (someone or something)
usually used in negative statements
No one took much notice of her at the party.

Examples of take much notice of in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In fact, hardly any blood is shed on-screen until the big figure-skating finale — a Looney Tunes fight scene in which audiences will be too distracted by the wild blades-of-glory choreography to take much notice of the brief bit of gore. Peter Debruge, Variety, 31 Jan. 2024 But the theorists also noticed a loophole: Lopsided quartets can stick together, if the larger pair is heavy enough to not take much notice of the lighter pair. Quanta Magazine, 27 Sep. 2021

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“Take much notice of.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/take%20much%20notice%20of. Accessed 24 May. 2024.

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