unnoticed

adjective
un·​no·​ticed | \ˌən-ˈnō-təst \

Definition of unnoticed 

: not seen or noticed an unnoticed error a change that has gone unnoticed

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Schnatter's actions didn't go unnoticed by Louisville players including receivers Seth Dawkins and Jaylen Smith, who urged on Twitter the stadium be renamed. The Heat Index, azcentral, "Louisville drops 'Papa John's' from stadium name after founder uses racial slur," 13 July 2018 And that did not go unnoticed by many in the sports world, especially those who have often been on the receiving end of the right's criticism. Eugene Scott, Washington Post, "Arizona Cardinals president’s support for Kavanaugh draws accusations of a double standard in the sports world," 10 July 2018 Detroit’s high rate of pedestrian fatalities has not gone unnoticed by those charged with monitoring the situation. Allie Gross, Detroit Free Press, "Death on foot: Detroit leads large cities in pedestrian deaths," 2 July 2018 Image The booing that thundered down upon Sonny Gray on Saturday night did not go unnoticed by that beleaguered starting pitcher. David Waldstein, New York Times, "Sonny Gray Is Battered by Red Sox, Emphasizing Yankees’ Need for Rotation Help," 30 June 2018 Such a record has not gone unnoticed by the Arsenal faithful, who took to twitter to show their support. SI.com, "Arsenal Twitter Post Leads to Fans Frenzy in Hope That Aaron Ramsey Could Earn New Deal & Captaincy," 14 June 2018 Reversing the order of the pills could have gone unnoticed by women taking them. Elizabeth Cooney, STAT, "Allergan recalls birth-control pill packs with out-of-order placebos," 29 May 2018 Europe’s influence is not going unnoticed by America’s tech giants, which have long complained that Brussels unfairly focuses on them. Adam Satariano, The Seattle Times, "Europe becomes world’s top tech watchdog as it enacts new digital privacy laws," 27 May 2018 Amazon did not explain how so many spoken Alexa prompts could have gone unnoticed by the Echo owner in question. Sam Machkovech, Ars Technica, "Amazon confirms that Echo device secretly shared user’s private audio [Updated]," 24 May 2018

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1660, in the meaning defined above

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