Origin of inconspicuous
OTHER WORDS FROM inconspicuousin·con·spic·u·ous·ly, adverbin·con·spic·u·ous·ness, noun
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How to use inconspicuous in a sentence
If you’re looking for an inconspicuous, minimalistic design, the Charge 5 may not be the one for you.JBL Charge 5 review: A rugged, portable Bluetooth speaker with battery to spare|Billy Cadden|June 15, 2021|Popular-Science
The more inconspicuous the British made their presence, the more Iraqis grew justifiably paranoid about the true extent of their independence.
On Costa Rica Street, in Palermo Soho, there is an inconspicuous black gate.
It looks inconspicuous enough on the outside with an ordinary gate and dun-colored walls, which blend with the surrounding houses.
But Kate is nice and quiet and inconspicuous, whereas Chelsy is loud and brash and stands out.Chelsy Davy, Prince Harry's Hard-Partying Royal Wedding Date|Tom Sykes|April 26, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Use hardcover books—you can remove the dust jacket, giving it a nice inconspicuous look, not unlike a prayer book.
The piece begins with a wooden barn door pierced with two inconspicuous peepholes.
Taking the trouble to keep at a distance, to make himself inconspicuous, seemed almost wasted effort.
Her progress through the house was so inconspicuous and casual that no one noticed her especially.In the Onyx Lobby|Carolyn Wells
Consumers stood gray and inconspicuous behind the two rows of uniformed men, silent, unsmiling, like onlookers at an accident.The Great Potlatch Riots|Allen Kim Lang
Until then he had been an inconspicuous unit in the life of the community.From Place to Place|Irvin S. Cobb
Gray and inconspicuous in coloring, we all know him in the cage; but how different in freedom!In Nesting Time|Olive Thorne Miller