Inconspicuous meaning

ĭn'kən-spĭk'yo͝o-əs
Not readily noticeable.
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Not conspicuous; hard to see or perceive; attracting little attention; not striking.
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Not prominent nor easily noticeable.
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The definition of inconspicuous is someone or something that blends in, or that is not prominent or attracting attention.

A plain and demure black dress that doesn't attract attention or show off your figure is an example of an inconspicuous outfit.

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Origin of inconspicuous

  • First attested circa 17th century, from Late Latin inconspicuus, from in-, "not" + Latin conspicuus, "conspicuous." Modern sense of "not easily noticeable" is from 1828.
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