Thesaurus / unperceived

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I beleve we have been unperceived by the Indians in this movement.

The Journals of Lewis and ClarkMeriwether Lewis and William Clark

Unperceived, Sally went upstairs and into the bedroom where Gaga lay.

CoquetteFrank Swinnerton

He was simply shut in, unperceived by those whose business it was to lock up.

Social Transformations of the Victorian AgeT. H. S. (Thomas Hay Sweet) Escott

As soon as I was unperceived I began to study my guide, which seemed to be perfectly clear.

Unperceived, we strolled leisurely away and disappeared round a corner.

Tell EnglandErnest Raymond

Again their unperceived companion made a gesture of vexation, and looked at her watch as if time were precious.

Desperate RemediesThomas Hardy

Napoleon, unperceived, crept up the tree, and by a sudden shake brought down quite a shower of the golden fruit upon the ladies.

JosephineJohn S. C. Abbott

The movement was not unperceived on board the man-of-war, and its cause was at once understood.

The Boy PatriotEdward Sylvester Ellis

Should there be difficulties yet unperceived, these in turn might present an opportunity to be seized by the quick-witted.

Barlasch of the GuardH. S. Merriman

Mr. Chetham,” interposed Oldcorne, who had approached them unperceived; “it is in your power to change Viviana's determination.

Guy FawkesWilliam Harrison Ainsworth
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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.