un·​no·​tice·​able ˌən-ˈnō-tə-sə-bəl How to pronounce unnoticeable (audio)
: not worthy or likely to be noticed : not noticeable
a tiny, unnoticeable mark
an unnoticeable change
unnoticeably adverb

Examples of unnoticeable in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Baringo is a county based within Kenya’s rift valley, which, according to Buret, experiences unnoticeable tectonic earth movement daily. Faustine Ngila, Quartz, 13 Mar. 2023 One such idea is a watermark, or an unnoticeable signal that accompanies text written by a bot. Margaret Osborne, Smithsonian Magazine, 17 Jan. 2023 The engine's stop-start system is smooth to the point of being unnoticeable. Andrew Krok, Car and Driver, 21 June 2023 What was even better, though, was how flatly the extensions laid against our scalp and how little the ponytail pulled on our hair, making this a painless and generally unnoticeable experience. Alyssa Brascia, Peoplemag, 12 Apr. 2023 Deuter’s super light, sporty bag is virtually unnoticeable, with a ventilated back and sternum and hip belt that can hold up against larger packs. Rena Behar, Travel + Leisure, 7 Feb. 2023 Bennett pointed to an otherwise unnoticeable flaw in the formstone. Morgan Meis, The New Yorker, 28 Feb. 2023 One of the great things about advances in video technology is manufacturers are able to package all the guts into lightweight, almost unnoticeable housings; great for backcountry trekkers who want to document, edit, and produce short films of their adventures. T. Edward Nickens, Field & Stream, 24 Nov. 2020 This is a technical method for altering chatbot word frequencies that is unnoticeable to users but provides a hidden stamp identifying the text with its chatbot author. Noah Giansiracusa, Scientific American, 17 Mar. 2023 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

1760, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unnoticeable was in 1760

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“Unnoticeable.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unnoticeable. Accessed 2 Dec. 2023.

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