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Antonyms for detected

perceived or discerned


perceived with the mind

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The projectile discharged by the Columbiad at Stones Hill has been detected by Messrs.
It has even been stated on good authority that rudiments of teeth can be detected in the beaks of certain embryonic birds.
It is an important fact that rudimentary organs, such as teeth in the upper jaws of whales and ruminants, can often be detected in the embryo, but afterwards wholly disappear.
I detected you in close conversation with Hunsden at my house a month ago, and I know that you were at Hunsden's rooms last night.
The reader may have detected an unfortunate slip in it.
Together we threaded the long hall and reached the balcony overlooking the courtyard, without being detected.
We detected sapovirus in untreated wastewater, treated wastewater, and a river in Japan.
They also detected $10 million in fraudulent overpayments, including $2 million in child care benefits.
But, scientists ran into obstacles while trying to develop saliva tests for many diseases, such as diabetes and some types of cancer, that can be detected in blood.
Any spacing faults present in the steelcord are therefore reliably detected as faults.
Computed tomography (CT) detected a nonhomogeneous soft-tissue mass with indistinct borders (figure 2).
Since all communication with a honeypot is suspect, new attack tools can be detected based on their interaction-even so-called "layer eight" attacks, or attacks against the information flow rather than the programs or protocols.
WHEN THE COMPUTER Security Institute asked the question, "Which of the following types of electronic attack or misuse has your organization detected within the last 12 months?
Signs also should be posted informing customers of the procedures your foundry follows in the event that radiation is detected.