overlooked, unmarked, unnoted
Meaning: not taken into account; "his retirement was not allowed to go unmarked"
"I am aware of the fact, but I overlooked the formality, for once.
"No, but you've overlooked two of us," announced Ned stepping out.
Johnny and his relatives, the Marmots, certainly cannot be overlooked.
The financial aspect of these enterprises is often overlooked and forgotten.
Its close resemblance to the medicinal leech caused the mistake to be overlooked until too late.
The possibility of hypothetical conclusions, of tentative results, is the fact which the Greek dilemma overlooked.
While there is a truth in this thought not to be overlooked, the effects must now be recognized to be more distant than was supposed.
From the window of this delightful room, one overlooked the rose-garden. Adjoining was the schoolroom, a big room where Miss Green and Edith spent much of their time.
She helped Aunt Polly pack her trunk and suit case, afterwards gathering into a bundle the things she had forgotten or overlooked, all of which personal belongings Uncle Eben wheeled over to the school.
The house itself crowned the highest hill that overlooked the town, and its dining-room windows and the veranda without, commanded a view of the river for miles, just where the valley was the greenest and the most beautiful.