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Spell check of unobtrusive

Correct spelling: unobtrusive

plain, inward, undemonstrative, self-effacing, diffident, reserved, abashed, bashful, inobtrusive, subliminal, coy, modest, restrained, retiring, plebeian, unassertive, unpretentious, obscure, demure, apologetic, selfless, inconspicuous, unclear, timid, sheepish, unconspicuous, invisible, homely, see, hidden, contrite, undetected, tasteful, underlying, mild, subdued, meek, shy, unnoticeable, subtle, unassuming, submissive, humble, unselfish, quiet, discreet.

distinct, evident, manifest, blatant, patent, gross, discernible, unmistakable, plain, arresting, obvious, eye-catching, visible, flashy, obtrusive, flagrant, glaring, showy, conspicuous, noticeable, striking, loud, prominent, apparent, screaming, noisy, clear.

Examples of usage:

1) The first was impressive and public, as the revelation upon Sinai; the other appealed far more to the heart than to the imagination, and befitted well the kingdom that was not with observation, the King who grew up like a tender plant, and did not strive nor cry, the redeeming influence which was at first unobtrusive as the least of all seeds, but became a tree, and the shelter of the fowls of heaven. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) There was silence for a little after this and Alison cast one or two swift unobtrusive glances at her companion, who lay smoking opposite her on the other side of the fire. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

3) Then, although she would hardly have expected it before she went away, she found the spacious wooden house pleasantly cool and quiet after the stir and rush of life in the hot city, and Elcot's unobtrusive regard for her comfort soothing. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.