Inconspicuous

Antonyms of INCONSPICUOUS

Examples of usage:

  1. And yet, wholly unsuspected by him, not only were she and the Duke in Mexico, but both had attended all his performances at Bucareli, up to the last, inconspicuous behind parties of friends they entertained in their box. "The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier" by Edgar Beecher Bronson
  2. They continued planning in whispers until long after " lights- out" had rung; and Priscilla, in a laudable desire to be inconspicuous, was obliged to crawl on hands and knees past Mademoiselle's open door, before she gained her own room at the end of the corridor. "Just Patty" by Jean Webster
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