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unobtrusive
used in Gone with the Wind

3 uses
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Definition
fitting in so as not to attract much attention or disturb
  • So he stayed and, gradually, unobtrusively, a large part of the burden of Tara shifted from Scarlett's shoulders to the bony shoulders of Will Benteen.
    3.30 (74% in)
  • Too good to be true!" said Scarlett's joyful heart as she slipped unobtrusively into the pink-and-yellow-draped booth that was to have been the McLure girls'.
    2.9 (16% in)
  • And now, as Scarlett looked sadly back, she realized that Melanie had always been there beside her with a sword in her hand, unobtrusive as her own shadow, loving her, fighting for her with blind passionate loyalty, fighting Yankees, fire, hunger, poverty, public opinion and even her beloved blood kin.
    5.61 (60% in)

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