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inconspicuous
used in To the Lighthouse

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Definition
not very noticeable — typically of something that might be of interest, but that blends into the background
  • How inconspicuous she felt herself by Paul's side!
    1 — The Window (82% in)
  • She faded, under Minta's glow; became more inconspicuous than ever, in her little grey dress with her little puckered face and her little Chinese eyes.
    1 — The Window (84% in)

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