unremarked

adjective
un·​re·​marked | \ˌən-ri-ˈmärkt \

Definition of unremarked 

: not remarked : unnoticed

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My momos are gargoyles, even after an hour of practice, which kindly goes unremarked upon by Aruna and Nasrin. Grant Cornett, Vogue, "The Rise of Refugee Cuisine—a Food-World Trend to Feel Good About," 17 Aug. 2018 The morning routine at your house proves as much: Your brother’s appearance goes unremarked, while everyone gets a vote on yours. Philip Galanes, New York Times, "I Know It’s Almost Father’s Day. But, Dad, Can You Not?," 14 June 2018 The world’s greatest Cantonese chef then bums a cigarette from chef Leung, twists his colleague’s ear with a smile, and heads out on to the crowded Kowloon streets, unnoticed and unremarked. Casey Quackenbush / Hong Kong, Time, "'We're Not Educated.' The Untold Story of Lung King Heen, the World's First Michelin Three-Star Chinese Restaurant," 12 July 2018 The Sussex version arrived at the West Sussex archives unremarked in the 1950s in a batch of legal documents. CBS News, "Analysis reveals clues about Declaration of Independence copy found in U.K.," 7 July 2018 This leaves Charlie free to cut the head off a dead pigeon and make a doll out of it, which also goes unremarked. Tasha Robinson, The Verge, "Ari Aster’s breakout horror hit Hereditary is pants-wettingly scary," 8 June 2018 But the brilliance of this technique is largely going unremarked. Chris Jones, chicagotribune.com, "Why Lin-Manuel Miranda is just like Apple," 4 May 2018 There was literally nothing for him here on Earth but to die, unremembered and unremarked on. Andrew Liptak, The Verge, "A prisoner is given a deal he can’t refuse in an excerpt from S.J. Morden’s sci-fi novel One Way," 25 Mar. 2018 And yet Chicago’s remarkable improvement has gone largely unremarked, much less examined. Valerie Strauss, Washington Post, "Yes, there are high-poverty public schools that operate at a high level. Here’s how they succeed.," 21 Dec. 2017

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1660, in the meaning defined above

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