from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an unperceived manner; imperceptibly.


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  • In democracies also it is necessary that the rich should be protected, by not permitting their lands to be divided, nor even the produce of them, which in some states is done unperceivably.

    Politics: A Treatise on Government 384 BC-322 BC Aristotle

  • These facts curiously show how far the human mind can advance, when led on by customs that operate unperceivably on it, and blind us in our absurdities.

    Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3) Isaac Disraeli 1807


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