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Either way, by going mechanical, you’ll notice a marked improvement in both your typing and your gaming.

According to Thompson, there will be a marked increase of digital and social spending for this year’s Super Bowl.

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Measuring how their patients responded to questions about their emotional state, the researchers found evidence that weighted blankets had a marked calming effect.

I can’t speak exactly to why those issues did not previously get the traction, but I do think that there’s been a marked change in our society’s understanding of the significance of these things.

The in-bounds, avalanche-evaluated, yet totally ungroomed terrain comprises much of 9,845-foot Bear Mountain on the Continental Divide, with 1,245 feet of vertical and seven marked skin tracks.

It marked a groundbreaking moment in how the country viewed Jews, especially Jewish women.

The Via Dolorosa ends at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and is marked by nine stations of the cross.

The results were awful: marked osteoporosis in the spine, hip, and femur.

When they do dine, the Hitchcocks sometimes use Limoges china marked “Plaza Athénée.”

The coming anniversary is marked by little stickers that say “We remember” or “We are human too,” but little else.

In this case, I suspect, there was co-operant a strongly marked childish characteristic, the love of producing an effect.

Many British Ferns evidence a marked tendency to “sport,” and this is a fact which the beginner should always bear in mind.

That evening in the gondola, with one old and two newer friends, is marked with a white stone in my recollection.

No trait is better marked in the normal child than the impulse to subject others to his own disciplinary system.

They had been permitted to sit up till after the ice-cream, which naturally marked the limit of human indulgence.


On this page you'll find 94 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to marked, such as: considerable, conspicuous, decided, distinct, notable, and noticeable.

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