Definition of 'unremarked'
Example sentences containing 'unremarked'
She nodded gravely, allowing the earlier absence to pass unremarked.AN OLDER WOMAN (2001)
Dix was observing the conventions, however, and Miss Holloway's involuntary grimace was allowed to pass unremarked.WEEKEND FOR MURDER (2001)
The solemn progress of the last remains of Sam Johnson up the aisle went almost unremarked as all gazes focused on the unexpected sister.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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