unremarked

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

Definition of unremarked

: not remarked : unnoticed

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But so many others are possessed of a dreadful, unremarked upon sameness, and an unremitting nobility that can leave this reader feeling a bit mutinous. Parul Sehgal, New York Times, "What the Living Can Learn by Looking Death Straight in the Eye," 26 June 2018 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

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1660, in the meaning defined above

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