Origin of inconspicuous
OTHER WORDS FROM inconspicuousin·con·spic·u·ous·ly, adverbin·con·spic·u·ous·ness, noun
How to use inconspicuous in a sentence
Thus was OK inconspicuously born into the world, on March 23, 1839, in the pages of a cantankerous Boston newspaper.
Their strategy, were they to try to board a plane with a weapon, would be to dress as inconspicuously as possible.
Larrys share ended there, and Larry himself exited from the scene of his first command quite inconspicuously on a stretcher.Grapes of wrath|Boyd Cable
He was of medium height, stockily built, inconspicuously dressed in a blue short-sleeved tunic, gray slacks and sandals.The Sensitive Man|Poul William Anderson
Inconspicuously, he worked his hand down through the sand bottom of the prison.Operation Terror|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
I had to evolve some scheme, and evolve it rapidly, how we might drop most inconspicuously into the world across the water.Tono Bungay|H. G. Wells
As for Chief Manning, his genius for directing his subordinates is inconspicuously employed all the time.The Substitute Prisoner|Max Marcin