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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinconspicuousin‧con‧spic‧u‧ous /ˌɪnkənˈspɪkjuəs◂/ adjective  OBVIOUSnot easily seen or noticed opp conspicuous an inconspicuous little restaurant She stood by the wall, trying to look inconspicuous.inconspicuously adverb
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inconspicuousThe door closed, and I stood in the corridor, trying to look inconspicuous.And she was supposed to remain inconspicuous.The two bank robbers got in line at a nearby fast-food restaurant, hoping to be inconspicuous as police flooded the area.If this weird shit was going down all around him, it would pay to be as inconspicuous as possible.From about 1100 to 1869 the Taurids were lost, or so inconspicuous as to evade detection.I tried to be inconspicuous, but I could not stop staring at him, I could not stop listening to him.The inconspicuous dunnock has the most variable mating system of any known bird.In the little churchyard in Sasbach, by contrast, two inconspicuous marble tablets are set into a wall.Saunder's studio is in an inconspicuous red-brick building on a quiet side street.Carpet cleaner should always be tested in an inconspicuous spot first.Teal are very inconspicuous when nesting, and no census has been attempted.look inconspicuousThe door closed, and I stood in the corridor, trying to look inconspicuous.You can stand outside the theatre every evening until further notice, trying to look inconspicuous.We quickly sat down and tried to look inconspicuous, but the bouncer spotted me, came over and threw me out.
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