fail to notice

See: disregard
References in classic literature ?
As one gazed at her one would fail to notice how the candle was flickering, or how the storm was swishing the snow about the courtyard.
Doubtless it would have been my interest still to meet her with the same cheerful smile and tone of respectful cordiality as before; but I could not, if I would: my manner altered with my feelings, and became so cold and shy that she could not fail to notice it.
Her mistress did not fail to notice it, and a shade of uneasiness darkened her brow.
I couldn't fail to notice, Jack, that it cost you a great effort, and that you were very much moved, and very unlike your usual self.
I produced it with a hand whose trembling I tried in vain to still, and could have died for Raffles when he made no comment on what he could not fail to notice.
Summary: No one who has the misfortune to work in Downtown Beirut, or has any reason to pass through it, could fail to notice that Parliament has once again decided to meet, with the closure of the capital's center rendering everyone's journey or day even more difficult than usual.
Did all who knew this man fail to notice his estrangement?
I frequently drive past Stewart Park and cannot fail to notice the rubbish, including mattresses which have obviously been dumped.
Men fail to notice more than half of the changes in their homes each year, according to the 2,000 women polled.
And, as everyone couldn't fail to notice - especially Pepe himself - the Spanish coach bore a striking resemblance to his famous compatriot.
Metro customer service director Sharon Kelly said: "As students typically live in the city centre in their first year, they fail to notice the many things to do further afield, such as visiting Tynemouth Market and some of the area's key attractions like Jesmond Dene and Leazes Park.
Much more needs to be done to improve our roads but anyone driving around Kirklees can't fail to notice the current extent of road works in progress.