conspicuous

[ kuhn-spik-yoo-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF conspicuous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSPICUOUS

The country is very level, with low ranges, but no conspicuous hills.

Jennens was a conspicuous figure in the London society of his day.

His moral and religious qualities were as conspicuous as his mental ones.

It is the citizen-women alone who are conspicuous in history.

Lastly, Variety: Variety is never so conspicuous, as when it is united with symmetry.

Of all her Court ladies I was the most youthful and, perhaps, the most conspicuous.

He acted a conspicuous part in the late war and died in 1815.

Decatur was the most conspicuous hero in the war with the Barbary States.

They've got to be conspicuous, and without ideas they can't, so it's a vicious circle.

Queen Wetamoo and her husband, Quinnapin, were conspicuous in this dance.

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