inconspicuous

[ in-kuhn-spik-yoo-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconspicuous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCONSPICUOUS

He remained reserved, retiring, inconspicuous, and puzzling to our understanding.

He went to a small and inconspicuous closet and armed himself.

There can be but one reason for this; the bird is inconspicuous.

Now we know they existed, but they were small and inconspicuous.

Flowers small, 4-parted, inconspicuous, in clusters in the axils of the leaves.

Apart from these efforts the American composer seems to have been inconspicuous.

The sign was as inconspicuous as the firm was famous in the middle West.

Inconspicuous: not attracting attention or quickly noticeable.

A riding-habit should be absolutely neat, simple, and inconspicuous.

Down the street, at the corner of the building, he found an inconspicuous door.

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