English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "notice"

She was really upset because her boyfriend didn't even notice her new haircutMy friend grew a beard, and I didn't even notice it.

She was really upset because her boyfriend didn't even notice her new haircut.

Did you notice the guy standing behind us at the movie? He looked just like your brother.

Have you ever noticed that Harvey gets all red in the face, and gets little bits of spit collecting at the corners of his mouth when he is angry?

Masahiro's English has noticeably improved since he got an English girlfriend.

Please let the police know if you notice any strangers hanging around the house.

Someone put a notice up on a telephone pole on our street warning people that there is a dangerous dog on the loose.

She first noticed the lump in her breast while drying off after taking a shower.

In ancient Rome, notices listing Roman citizens who had been declared outlaws were posted in public, and rewards were offered to anyone who killed them.

There is a notice on the lunchroom door saying that today's management meeting has been canceled.

Evan Esar once observed that housework is what a woman does that nobody notices unless she hasn't done it.

You'd better be careful; the boss has been noticing that you've been coming in late, and he doesn't seem very happy about it.

When I got to class there was a notice on the door saying the room had been changed.

Human beings are programmed from birth to notice when something new or different happens.

Did anyone at work notice that you got your hair cut?

Her weight loss is quite noticeable.


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