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inconspicuous

ing kon spi kwuhs

  • a  not prominent or readily noticeable
    he pushed the string through an inconspicuous hole

  • As watches, they're not exactly inconspicuous.
  • Its buildings are painted an inconspicuous earthy green and buff.
  • There will be nothing inconspicuous about the event starting at 11 a.
News & Articles

  • Hezbollah fighter tells of Syria battle
    'It was a street war' in the town of Qusair, says a militant with the Lebanese Shiite group that has aligned itself with President Bashar Assad's troops against rebel factions made up mostly of Sunnis. BEIRUT — He sits on a couch in an inconspicuous building in a southern suburb of Beirut. A baseball cap pulled down low, his eyes twitching, Hassan, a Hezbollah squad leader, describes killing ...
    June 8, 2013 - Los Angeles Times
Quotes

  • Daniel Radcliffe in FOXNews
    The brilliant thing about Alan is that you wouldn't notice him walking down the street,says Radcliffe. "He's kind of inconspicuous. He's like Alec Guinness in all those films where he just sort of becomes invisible as soon as he walks into...
  • Gary Zimmerman in The Orange and Brown Report
    Being an offensive lineman requires its own special qualities,said Zimmerman. "And this is why there's such a unique bond among us. We are an inconspicuous group who defend our quarterbacks as if they were our mothers. We open holes for...
  • Wirth in Earthtimes (press release)
    It's all about inconspicuous elegance - the new style isn't loaded down or opulent,said designer Christiane Wirth of Ilsenburg, Germany, who designs her own bridal gowns.

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