What is another word for unmarked?

Pronunciation: [ʌnmˈɑːkt] (IPA)

Unmarked is a term used to describe something without any visible or obvious indicators. Synonyms for unmarked include unnoticed, unnoted, inconspicuous, unobtrusive, unnoticed, unremarked, obscure, indiscernible, imperceptible, and invisible. These words are often used to describe things that blend in with their surroundings or go unnoticed due to their lack of distinct features. Unmarked can be used to describe physical spaces, objects, or even people, such as an unmarked police car or an unmarked grave. Synonyms for unmarked provide alternate ways to describe the absence of markings or indicators, allowing for greater nuance and precision in language.

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What are the opposite words for unmarked?

The term "unmarked" typically refers to something that lacks any distinguishing features or identifying symbols. Its antonyms would therefore include words like "marked," which means that something has been specifically labeled or identified in some way. Other antonyms for "unmarked" might include words like "noted," "pointed," or "designated," all of which imply some sort of recognition or labeling. Conversely, antonyms for "unmarked" might include words like "unidentified," "unknown," or "anonymous," which imply a lack of recognition or identification. Regardless of the specific antonym used, the opposite of "unmarked" typically involves some sort of visible or recognizable attribute.

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Usage examples for Unmarked

Tales of stealing, of working brands, and of branding unmarked yearlings at weaning time.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower
The Gaelic League, like the Parliamentary Party, pursued its way undisturbed: but the criticism was not unmarked.
"The Evolution of Sinn Fein"
Robert Mitchell Henry
The unaided eye in general finds in the sun only a blank bright circle as smooth and unmarked as the surface of still water, and even the telescope at first sight seems to show but little more.
"A Text-Book of Astronomy"
George C. Comstock

Famous quotes with Unmarked

  • Every pessimist who ever lived has been buried in an unmarked grave. Tomorrow has always been better than today, and it always will be.
    Paul Harvey
  • There is no prescription for how to practice random kindness. It comes from the heart. Your gift might be to pick up litter in your neighborhood, make an anonymous contribution to a charity, send some cash in an unmarked envelope to make someone experiencing financial stress breathe a little easier, save an animal by bringing it to an animal rescue agency, or get a volunteer position feeding hungry people at a church or shelter. You may want to do all these things, and more. The point is, giving is fun and it doesn't have to be expensive.
    Richard Carlson
  • 'You were compelled to?' he repeated. 'You mean you weren't sufficiently powerful to resist?' 'In order to seize power,' replied the dictator, 'I had to take it from those that had it, and in order to keep it I had to employ it against those that sought to deprive me of it.' The chef's hat gave a nod. 'An old, old story. It has been repeated a thousand times, but no one believes it. That's why it will be repeated a thousand times more.' The dictator felt suddenly exhausted. He would gladly have sat down to rest, but the old man and the children walked on and he followed them. 'What about you?' he blurted out, when he had caught the old man up. 'What do you know of power? Do you seriously believe that anything great can be achieved on earth without it?' 'I?' said the old man. 'I cannot tell great from small.' 'I wanted power so that I could give the world justice,' bellowed the dictator, and blood began to trickle afresh from the wound in his forehead, 'but to get it I had to commit injustice, like anyone who seeks power. I wanted to end oppression, but to do so I had to imprison and execute those who opposed me - I became an oppressor despite myself. To abolish violence we must use it, to eliminate human misery we must inflict it, to render war impossible we must wage it, to save the world we must destroy it. Such is the true nature of power.' Chest heaving, he had once more barred the old man's path with his pistol ready.' 'Yet you love it still,' the old man said softly. 'Power is the supreme virture!' The dictator's voice quavered and broke. 'But its sole shortcoming is sufficient to spoil the whole: it can never be absolute - that's what makes it so insatiable. The only true form of power is omnipotence, which can never be attained, hence my disenchantment with it. Power has cheated me.' 'And so,' said the old man, 'you have become the very person you set out to fight. It happens again and again. That is why you cannot die.' The dictator slowly lowered his gun. 'Yes,' he said, 'you're right. What's to be done?' 'Do you know the legend of the Happy Monarch?' asked the old man. ... 'When the Happy Monarch came to build the huge, mysterious palace whose planning alone had occupied ten whole years of his life, and to which marvelling crowds made pilgrimage long before its completion, he did something strange. No one will ever know for sure what made him do it, whether wisdom or self-hatred, but the night after the foundation stone had been laid, when the site was dark and deserted, he went there in secret and buried a termites' nest in a pit beneath the foundation stone itself. Many decades later - almost a life time had elapsed, and the many vicissitudes of his turbulent reign had long since banished all thought of the termites from his mind - when the unique building was finished at last and he, its architect and author, first set foot on the battlements of the topmost tower, the termites, too, completed their unseen work. We have no record of any last words that might shed light on his motives, because he and all his courtiers were buried in the dust and rubble of the fallen palace, but long-enduring legend has it that, when his almost unmarked body was finally unearthed, his face wore a happy smile.'
    Michael Ende
  • It was then I began to on my bed... to make up poems from intense abstraction; hour after unmarked hour, imagination scarcely faltering once, rhythm hardly skipping a beat and the poems I made... were the first and last of that time.
    Laurie Lee
  • God's joy moved from unmarked box to unmarked box, from cell to cell.
    Rumi

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