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- adj. That has not been noted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not noted; not observed; not heeded; not regarded; unmarked. Not marked or shown outwardly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not taken into account
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“Heeeere’s Johnny!” he announces dementedly when he manages to whack a sizeable hole in the bathroom door, now aligning himself with the comedic king of American late-night television who, it should not go unnoted, is well known for being unable to cultivate a successful marriage.
But last week's bicentennial of the birth of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow passed largely unnoted, which is noteworthy.
By becoming thus marked, first by circumstances and later, inevitably, by her fame, she lost the power to move on equal terms unnoted among her kind; and the loss for a novelist was serious.
Ruminating on this unnoted milestone made me consider anew what a unique and gifted screen actor he was.
I planned to inquire with the doctor after if she experienced any unnoted head trauma, or if I could begin grooming her and making her look presentable for when she was allowed visitors.
As potential candidates ranging from the thoughtful (Mitch Daniels) to the risible (Donald Trump) take themselves out of the Republican presidential field, most of the remaining serious candidates have something very powerful and unnoted in common.
The progress in Beachwood did not go unnoted in other local papers and municipalities.
This was a huge step in communities where Earth Day has often passed unnoted.
The unnoted irony of On the Brink is that Paulson wound up in the hot seat in the U.S.
But this segment shouldn't go unnoted, seeing as how former newsman Brit Hume was wondering if the BP oil slick was so awesomely terrifying, why couldn't he see any of the oil?