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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunnoticedun‧no‧ticed /ʌnˈnəʊtɪst $ -ˈnoʊ-/ adjective, adverb  NOTICE#without being noticed Elsa stood unnoticed at the edge of the crowd.go/pass unnoticed His remark went unnoticed by everyone except me.
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go/pass unnoticedTeenage gambling often goes unnoticed.Although there may be quite considerable local swelling, in many cases the lesion will go unnoticed.Enjoy Full program Hi-Verify 3.0 Ever get the feeling your efforts are going unnoticed?His humorous and anecdotal but scholarly teaching style did not go unnoticed.Vlasov's spirited handling of his army in the Moscow counter-offensive did not go unnoticed.We regret that the case went unnoticed for as long as five years.That despite a troublesome physical problem: a wrist fracture incurred on his last tour that went unnoticed for months.Fong passed unnoticed through the front door of the embassy and went home.Many phrases that we feel could logically be broken up still carry hidden meanings that pass unnoticed until some one misuses them.
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