Notice Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Notice V1 V2 V3
- Become aware of.(transitive verb)
- The fact of observing or paying attention to something.(noun)
- Notification or warning of something, especially to allow preparations to be made.(noun)
|Verb(V1)||Past Tense(V2)||Past Participle(V3)|
|Verb – es(Ves)||Verb – ing(Ving)|
observe, perceive, note, see, become aware of, discern, detect, spot, distinguish, catch sight of, make out, take notice of, mark, remark, attention, observation, awareness, consciousness, perception, cognizance, heed, note, notification, warning, advance warning, announcement, apprisal, intimation, information sheet, bill, handbill, poster, advertisement, announcement, bulletin, broadsheet, circular, flyer, leaflet, pamphlet, sign, placard,
Example Sentences with notice
- You may not have noticed yet.
- Have you ever noticed how ‘What the hell’ is always the right decision to make?
- Frank kindly pretended not to notice that Jessica had been crying.
- Perhaps I have become so accustomed to the burden of secrets that I do not notice their weight until I am free of it.
- Maya looked around but she couldn’t notice her phone was right in front of her.
- She noticed that she had not eaten her food.
- I hadn’t really noticed.
- Steve didn’t think I noticed.
- Frank noticed a change in Jessica.
- I haven’t noticed Samuel doing that.
- Steve noticed Jessica’s disappointment.
- I noticed she was wearing a new hat.
- I believe the universe wants to be noticed.
- I noticed it.
- My brother quit without notice.
- I noticed him sneak into the room.
- I have noticed that even those who assert that everything is predestined and that we can change nothing about it still look both ways before they cross the street.
- …I have noticed that when things happen in one’s imaginings, they never happen in one’s life, so I am curbing myself.
- I haven’t noticed anything odd going on.
- I think it pisses God off if you walk by the color purple in a field somewhere and don’t notice it.”
- Letting go is the lesson. Letting go is always the lesson. Have you ever noticed how much of our agony is all tied up with craving and loss?
- You put someone up on a pedestal, and all of a sudden, from that perspective, you notice what’s wrong – a hair out of place, a run in a stocking, a broken bone.
- I noticed I was being observed.